Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line is a layer 1 networking protocol, typically used for last mile Internet access. It utilises standard telephone cabling and coexists with analogue telephones. An ADSL modem at the customer premises communicates with the DSLAM at the local exchange. ATM is usually ...

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Is there a sensible way of 'teaming' two ADSL connections?

I work in an office complex that has two seperate ADSL connections, which they use to provide two seperate networks (actually both the ADSL routers go into a Cisco managed switch with two VLANs, one ...
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Link aggregation with DSL and Ethernet, and different ISP's?

We're a webdev company that has outgrown its ADSL bandwidth. It's currently 4/1 Mbit/s and due to distance we can't simply get faster DSL, whether ADSL or SDSL. Stacking multiple DSL connections is ...
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How can I team or balance two DSL connections? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a sensible way of ‘teaming’ two ADSL connections? WARNING: I am NOT a networking professional (obviously, see below) but I am a programmer and have a decent ...
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Getting authentication window when browsing web sites on my server [closed]

I have a windows home server. When I browse from the net any web site in it I get an authentication window with the next message: "http://mydomain.com site requires user name and password, the site ...