DSL connection and also broadband is very good services for providing internet. But rather than DSL go for broadband if possible
It works with a broadband connection. dsl=broadband, therefore should work (unless you have a slow dsl connection.
DSL is an example of broadband connection.
DSL Extreme boasts faster connection speeds at a rate comparable to a lesser connection speed at DSL. The customer service at DSL extreme is better and fastter than the one at DSL.
You need a DSL line and a DSL modem for a home connection. Contact your local phone company or ISP for a connection.
I am not sure as far as technically, but from personal experience I have HughesNet Satellite and I hate it. At times it is very fast and at times very slow. I am constantly going over my fair access policy usage for downloading too much and most of the time my windows update puts me over. My mother-in-law has DSL and she never has slow down or over limit. If I had a choice I would switch in a second, but DSL is not available in my area yet. Keeping my fingers crossed that it will come soon. :) If you decide to go with satellite I would steer clear of hughesnet!!!
IVC Telecom offers both cable and DSL internet plans
yes it would
you dont have to have dsl,you just have to have a broadband connection.
The device on a DSL connection that requires a filter is the phone lines. -big-elk
Does a DSL connection need to go through my telephone company?
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Dial up uses your landline phone connection to get on to the internet, however it is very slow. DSL and Broadband are essentially the same and offer very quick speeds, though are more expensive.
a dsl connection is as fast as my abuelitos car ;)
The main difference between a DSL connection and a dial up connection is that the latter uses a phone line and a modem to connect to the Internet and you cannot use the phone while trying to make a connection. A DSL connection is much faster, you can talk on the phone while being connected to the Internet and the connection is always on.
DSL if available, if it is not, then dial-up.
The best way would be to change your internet connection type (DSL, ADSL, Cable). You can do this by contacting your internet service provider. Sometimes it isn't always your internet, it can be your computer. Sometimes if you have a slow computer your internet can go slow as a result.
Internet service is provided in several manners: dialup (typically slow), DSL (requires a phone line and only available in some areas), cable (requires a cable connection) or satellite (has large latency) - Your best option is DSL - check with your phone line provider to see if DSL is available at your location.
yes dsl is much faster then dial up but for dsl you need to have a modem
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DSL or Satellite. DSL would be the best of the two. Satellite would have a wicked lag to it for other then web searching and e-mail and the like.
1. Ther is no limit if we are using Optical Fiber DSL Connection 2. There is limit depend on number of nodes