|About the Book|
This complete implementers guide to ADSL covers everything from the business case to the service architecture -- with extensive sample configurations. Implementing ADSL introduces the essential elements of ADSL technology, from the physical layer to the network layer, and key Quality of Service and multicast issues associated with DSL deployments. The book outlines an end-to-end ADSL service model, compares approaches to ADSL encoding, and reviews each physical component of an ADSL network, including ADSL modems, DSLAM, and L2TP network servers. Next, review ADSL services in depth, including end-to-end ATM VCCs and Layer 2 VPNs- PPP tunneling and termination- bridging- and more. The book presents detailed coverage of each leading ADSL application, as well as eight real-world example configurations, each including diagrams and configuration listings. For network architects, administrators, engineers, and other professionals in both service provider and enterprise telecom/IT organizations.