You’ve probably heard your local cable provider (Multiple Service Operator or MSO, as they’re called) trumpet claims that cable has “blazing” fast Internet speeds compared to clunky ol’ telephone company DSL. True, legacy DSL (with speeds up to 3 Mbps, … Continue reading

If you are familiar with a DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) connection then you know that DSL is capable of delivering a high speed broadband Internet connection in addition to serving as a landline telephone service.  Most DSL providers tend to … Continue reading

Updated: October 20, 2014 CenturyLink provides services to more than three million customers throughout the United States with other services offered outside the US. The company has continued to expand with new infrastructure that provides faster performance and connectivity speeds. … Continue reading

When it comes to business productivity and continuity reliable and speedy IT applications are a must have in today’s competitive marketplace.  You have a broad range of options when it comes to voice and data connectivity which makes it difficult … Continue reading

ADSL is a type of Internet connection that is typically used in the home environment and other locations.  ADSL is typically known as an Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line since the download capability is greater than the upload capacity.  ADSL is … Continue reading

When you try to determine whether you should use a DSL or cable Internet connection you will find a lot of debate that surrounds these two types of Internet access.  Which one is better?  Which one is faster?  What is … Continue reading

Top Tips on DSL Filters

by Aeyne Schriber on August 5, 2011 in DSL

If you are receiving your Internet service through a Digital Subscriber Line there is often a small amount of interference in the line when voice and data is being transmitted over the same line.  By applying a DSL filter to … Continue reading

DSL Extreme is a California-based provider of high speed Internet access for residential customers and businesses offering DSL, ADSL2+, Ethernet, and business T1 connectivity at lower prices.  If you research the company on the Internet you will find a host … Continue reading

DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line and provides a fast and reliable Internet connection that makes downloading and using the Internet a breeze.  If you are considering getting a DSL connection or you already have one and you are trying … Continue reading

Updated: December 22, 2014 Jitter problems can have a negative impact on the Quality of Service (QoS) you receive from your DSL Internet Service Provider and your wireless Internet connection. What is jitter and why does it matter? At one … Continue reading

Broadband and DSL are often confused with one another since they both provide a high speed Internet connection that is faster than dial-up which is limited to 56Kbps.  However, there are differences between a cable connection and a DSL connection … Continue reading

How to Use a DSL Filter

by Aeyne Schriber on February 23, 2011 in DSL

DSL filters are a component that is used for a Digital Subscriber Line which is a high speed Internet connection that is delivered through standard telephone lines.  The telephone lines are used in conjunction with a DSL modem to establish … Continue reading

Updated: July 9, 2014 It is very easy to place the blame on your Internet Service Provider when the Internet speed provided by your DSL connection slows down. However, this type of problem sometimes reaches farther than your ISP service. … Continue reading

Setting up a DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) with wireless access is not a complicated operation and can easily be achieved through the installation of a wireless router and a DSL cable modem connection.  If you already have installed a Digital … Continue reading

How DSL and ADSL Works

by Aeyne Schriber on January 1, 2009 in DSL

DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) and ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) are high speed broadband Internet connections that you can receive over your current telephone line. Whether you choose DSL or ADSL for your broadband Internet connection, it is not necessary … Continue reading

An Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) is one of the many options that are available for achieving a high speed connection to the Internet. Although there are always pros and cons with everything, let’s consider the main benefits that come … Continue reading