Tag Archive: ADSL

On the search for better internet. Part 1

Let me answer a couple of questions about the internet. Is the internet a human right? No. Should it be? Not really. Would I become a raving lunatic if the internet was taken away from me? Probably! The reason I say this is that I have had enough of ADSL, it’s crap and that is putting it mildly. We have two ADSL lines coming into the house. Measurements taken at 1240 on a Sunday afternoon reveal that the main BT Business broadband connection manages a pathetic 3.15Mbps down and 0.38Mbps up with a 19ms ping through a Cisco 1841 router….
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HowTo: Configue a Cisco Router for simple ADSL home networking

So you’ve taken the plunge and gone and bought yourself a Cisco router and now you want to hook it up to the phone line and use it instead of whatever router you currently use. When complete, your router will be able to assign IP addresses via DHCP and route to and from the internet. This tutorial does not cover security or advanced features. This tutorial will go through the basics of setting up an ADSL connection to a non-switching router. It assumes you are capable of basic configuration tasks. The configuration above was tested on a Cisco 2821 1024/256…
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