ADSL articles

Last Updated on 1 Nov. 2001, Total: 4 Articles and Tutorials

This section deals specifically with ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line). ADSL is a technology for moving data over regular phone lines which is much faster than a regular phone connection with no new wiring needed. ADSL is asymmetric because the download speed is usually faster than the upload speed.

The articles in this section describe how to set up an ADSL line using a Network modem, some common problems with ADSL and how to deal with them, and how to set up Internet Connection Sharing.

  1. ADSL via Network Card : Problems with ADSL Connection

  2. ADSL via Network Card : Alternative Access software : RASPPPOE (Win9x)

  3. Non Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing for ADSL

  4. ADSL via Network Card

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