Comfiguracion modem dsl

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DSL Configuration Page

Configuring a DSL Modem need not be a difficult task and in fact once it is set you shouldn't have to worry about it again. Isn't that the idea of an always On connection?

The VPI & VCI numbers can be described as the phone number needed for your DSL Modem to connect to the DSL Provider you will be using. Then you simply put in your Username and password and the DSLModem will connect and stay connected.

VPI & VCI Configuration Page

Click on the above Page which has a list of the VPI & VCI numbers for the Various DSL Providers

Check back here as we continue to expand this list

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U.S. Telco DSL ISP Providers

SBC Midwest - Ameritech
SBC - Pacbell and Nevada BellSBC - Southwestern Bell
SBC Northeast - SNET
BellSouth
Verizon
US West/Qwest
Sprint FastConnect


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SBC DSL Users

Don't use the CD that comes with the SBC Install Kit, the CD installs all kinds of useless programming

on your Computer that can slow your machine down and gives access to yourinformation away that you

may not want given away.

Here is a link to a site that details how to avoind using the SBC install CD

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Attention Qwest Users & Linux Users not using Windows PC or a MAC

You can get up and running with a different Modem other than what Qwest wants you to rent for $5 permonth!

UPDATE February 2004 - Qwest has exited the Modem Business!!!

That's right all DSL Users now have a choice of what Modem they want to use and at REAL Market prices.

Also the Qwest Network is changing over to DMT with PPPoA VC-Mux Encapsulation Mode

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Qwest Success story February 2004

Success!!! The important bits:

Zoom DSL with Qwest inNew Mexico:

Start with defaults

VPI/VCI: 00/32 [Basic Setup]
ENCAPSULATION: PPPoA VC-MUX [Basic Setup]

Bit Swapping: Disabled [Advanced Setup - ADSL Configuration]

PPPoA LLC gave me "PPP1 PPPoA Connected" message but never authenticated. I got back to it & tried PPPoA VC-MUX & couldn't
believe my eyes when I saw IP & DNS ips showing up in the Zoom's system log. Yea!
According to themanual bit swapping should be disabled by default; however, after "Reset to Default" & hard reset it actually comes back
enabled.

Bit swapping was disabled on the Cisco, so I disabled it on the Zoom. The Zoom's ping times are significantly shorter than with the Cisco
678 - little less than half. I'm getting low 50ms from my desktop to Qwest to thuntek.net & low 90ms from desktop to Qwest tothuntek to
alter.net in Denver to Xmission in Salt Lake City.
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October 2003 Qwest success story

You are welcome to add my story to your website. Here's a nutshell of what
it took to get it to work in roughly the order I would do it now.

BTW, I did this with a PowerPC based PC (not a Mac) runningDebian Linux.
No x86 and NO WINDOWS. It can be done! This is how adamant I am about choice!

1. Get this info from ISP: vpi/vci

Mode (1483 Bridged IP LLC, in my case) QWEST
DHCP Server name (necessary because my ISP uses dynamic IP assignment)

DNS server IP addresses.

2. Set up Zoom X4 using Advanced Settings. Basic Setup didn't work because I
needed to set DHCP Client Enable andadd my ISP's DHCP Host Name.
WAN Settings
Permanent VC Settings: Enabled, vpi/vci from ISP, Static IP and Mask = defaults.
ATM: Service Category=UBR; Bandwidth=0
Encapsulation: 1483 Bridged IP LLC
Bridge: Enabled
Default Gateway: 0.0.0.0
IGMP: Disabled
PPP: defaults, did not use.
DHCP Client Enabled: checked, Host Name= DHCP server name from ISP (e.g., dhcp.your-isp.net)
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