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Computer Products Limited are now the UK’s leaders in ADSL bonding, the technology where multiple ADSL lines can ...
6th March 2012, 12:30 PM #1
Are you paying too much for your internet connection?
Computer Products Limited are now the UK’s leaders in ADSL bonding, the technology where multiple ADSL lines can be joined to create a single link with the sum of the links – sounds confusing ?? Read on.
Lots more bandwidth, faster speed and enhanced resilience – are just some of the benefits of using our service.
What is Bonded ADSL?
Bonded ADSL takes multiple Internet connections and creates a single connection.
Our ADSL bonding technology allowing multiple ADSL lines to be bonded to create larger Internet pipes. With fail over resilience, ADSL bonding offers increased speed, reliability, flexibility and resilience.
Is load balancing the same as ADSL Bonding ?
The answer to this is NO, Where we combine the amount of bandwidth available throughout the ADSL lines you have, a load balancer shares the load between the lines so if you were downloading you would only be downloading at the same rate as a single ADSL line, whereas with ADSL Bonding you would be using twice the bandwidth.
How do we supply the bonded ADSL service?
In simple terms, we will supply all the hardware that you need, we will take you through plugging in the router, and we will fully test it and make sure you are happy before we disconnect from the router.
We use a special router, that connects up to eight ADSL lines, to create a single ADSL bond, this bond is created in the router and allows you the total of the bandwidth available.
For example if you had two 8Mbps / 0.8Mbps connections the we would expect your downloads to be approx. 16Mbps and uploads to be around 1.6Mbps.
Using this technology we can also create ADSL bonds using ADSL 2+, so if you had two ADSL 2+ lines with 24Mbps down and 4 Mbps up we would expect the ADSL bonding to give you 48Mbps down and 8Mbps up.
How does the bonded ADSL service integrate with my network?
Simply you plug in our ADSL bonding router to your firewall and setup the IP address(s) that you have been issued and off you go.
Where can the service be used?
Almost anywhere in the UK, as long as you have BT lines, we are able to get our bonded Internet to you.
Sites tend to use ADSL bonding where they need faster uploads and downloads, for applications such as VOIP. Bonded ADSL is ideal for uploading large file sizes at key sites, where many users may be accessing IT systems, or simply as a cost-effective replacement for leased lines.
Can I add more lines to the bonded ADSL system?
Yes, as long as you have a free port on your router, otherwise you may need to have the router replaced, as we have two different routers, a four port and eight port.
What is ADSL Max Bonding?
This is simply another term for the same thing, all our lines are bonded on MAX premium connections.
This new, exclusive increased ADSL upload technology means that the speed of ADSL upload can be increased to support applications such as VOIP or VPNs.
Are there issues with MLPPP?
BT no longer supports MLPPP (or multi-link point to point protocol) due to changes at the core of its network. This has rendered many bonded ADSL and bonded SDSL solutions offered by service providers incompatible with the BT network.
Full bonded ADSL support
Current bonded ADSL customers enjoy a 24 X 7 Support service however due to our network operations, there are very rarely any calls.
Bonded ADSL speeds are only possible due to the process of broadband bonding . In simple terms, this means combining multiple ADSL, resulting in a connection with increased reliability and speed. This single data flow, made of several unique lines, has huge bandwidth potential.
The advantage of this unified data flow is that the download and upload speeds can be incredibly fast. It’s secure too: if one of the bonded lines goes down, the others will not fail automatically. Businesses can add or remove lines at their discretion, depending on their needs, thanks to bonded ADSL’s flexibility. We’ve got so much confidence in our broadband bonding.
Compared to other high-speed Internet solutions, broadband bonding is relatively unobtrusive and easy to install.
Bonded ADSL can be an alternative to:
•Internet at normal speeds
However, with so many factors to consider, it’s important not to forget the most important thing: speed. Astonishingly, some businesses have achieved connection speeds as high as 72Mbps, and upload speeds of between 1 and 8 Mbps. Although we bond a maximum of 8 circuits, most organisations get the desired effect with just two or three.
Bonding improves the usage of :
VOIP (SIP, IAX etc.)
VPN, Site to site and Client to site
Streaming of video / broadcasting
Citrix, Terminal services
Please feel free to contact us if you have any other Internet requirements if Bonded isn’t for you. We can supply FTTC, Lease Lines, ADSL 2+, SDSL, MPLS Connections. Please feel free to ask for a quote
(Other words or phrases that mean the same as ADSL Bonding
DSL Bonding, ADSL Bonding, Internet Bonding, broadband bonding router, combine ADSL lines)
6th March 2012, 12:47 PM #2
The title of your thread is "are you paying too much for your internet connection". However nowhere on this page do you give an example of what your service costs so how can we compare?
6th March 2012, 12:59 PM #3
As you can imagine, the costs involved vary wildly from case to case/site to site.
If you'd like a quote, feel free to contact us and we can discuss your requirement or proposal
6th March 2012, 01:36 PM #4
- Rep Power
Hi can you PM me with more info?
i have a couple of existing BT line and wanted to use some form of broadband on it, this sounds ideal for my location.
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