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On 18 Sep, 2004, at 13:55, Doug Crompton wrote:
On Fri, 17 Sep 2004, Malcolm J Harwood wrote:
What's an RT?One other point on RT's. You don't necessarily have to be a great
My DCA line is provisioned by Verizon - so Verizon installed the
provides the ISP functionality (IPs, routing, etc).
from the CO to be on one, although that is usually the case. When they
out of copper lines to a particuliar area they usually run fiber and
install an RT rather than run a 500 or thousand pair copper bundle from
The "RT" is quite common in Apartment buildings and the like.
Bell runs a T1 line to the location and splits that out into individual
Which is why DSL was not available until recently for them (or Doug).
It requires that they replace the RT equipment with equipment which
effectively places the DSLAMs in the RT.
William H. Magill
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