Re: Any advantage to 2 DSL's

From: Somebody. (
Date: 09/15/05

Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 22:15:21 -0400

"wirelessguy" <> wrote in message
> So, even though both DSL lines are on the same shared line from the CO,
> then there is still benefit from having two lines?

Yes, there is. Each DSL is entitled to a given share of the bandwidth from
the CO. Even if the ISP horribly over-subscribes it, you get a second small

With a properly provisioned ISP, you get double the bandwidth.


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