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Non Dial up Connections

These types of connections do not require a modem or a phone line to connect to internet. They are normally connected through cable wires. Here we discuss different type of Non Dial up Connections

1] ISDN:
ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) is usually considered to be one step advanced than a dial up connection using a 56K modem. The data transfer speed is remarkably higher than the dial up connection. Using ISDN service you can connect or disconnect the service just like the dial up service. An ISDN connection has to be activated to access internet. However, ISDN consists of fully digital circuits that run at 128Kbps. Therefore, it quickly establishes a connection to your service provider when you initiate the connection to the Internet.

2] Frame Relay
Frame relay is an internet connection provided by the telephone company. This connection is shared by many users mostly their customers. Internet Service Providers who uses frame relay provide a Committed Information Rate for the minimum transmission speed they will guarantee to provide all the time. Higher transmission speeds may be made available for some time. Compare to other non-dial up connections frame Relay is a very reliable and stable technology that can be used for direct connections to service providers or building wide area networks between several locations.

3] DSL
DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line. There are different types of DSL technologies, Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) and Symmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL). The former type of internet connection provides different upload and download speeds and is most popular with consumer customers. The other type of DSL connection provides the same speed in both directions. SDSL is most popular with businesses and larger nonprofits. In recent years, the DSL market really took off in many urban areas.

4] Cable
Cable connections are provided through a coaxial cable, generally using the same line that carries your cable TV service. Cable connections are more popular in home users. Cable connections offer several different speeds with highest connection speeds mostly 1 to 2 Mbps, at relatively low costs. This connection can be shared but slower speeds can be a common occurrence if use is more. Also,
the cable company will usually only provide one IP address making it necessary to purchase a router to share the connection.

5] Leased Line connections
Leased line connections are generally used by bigger institution or companies with large budgets for internet connections. It is a private, dedicated line that goes directly from your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to your office. This line can be split into segments and divided among users. Leased lines provide high bandwidth, since they are not shared with other users.


6] Fixed Wireless
Fixed Wireless uses unlicensed radio bandwidth to transmit data between your organization and your internet service provider (ISP). The speeds can be very high normally around 10Mbps and it can even cover longer distances. Here the cost is considerably less than the wired version with similar features. However, the initial set-up costs may be very high depending on the equipment that your ISP requires.

 

More Useful Information on Free Dialup Connections, Internet, Broadband, Modems..

  1. ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) FAQ's
  2. What is ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line)?
  3. Choosing Correct ISP.
  4. Data Transfer in Dialup Modem.
  5. Dialup Connection Modem Issues.
  6. Dialup Connection Speed and Throughput.
  7. Dialup Connection and your Telephone Line..
  8. Dialup Connection with V.92 Modem.
  9. Effect of Additional Phone Equipment on Dialup.
  10. Effect of Electromagnetic Interference on Dialup Connection.
  11. Evolution of Dialup Connection Speed.
  12. The Evolution of Dialup Modems.
  13. Features of Dialup Internet Access.
  14. What is ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)?
  15. Introduction to Dialup Connection.
  16. Minor Issues Causing Dialup Connection Failure.
  17. Main Features of a Good ISP?
  18. Main Types of Hardware Modems.
  19. Modem and Dialup Connection Speed.
  20. Non Dialup Connections.
  21. Premium Rate Dialup Connection Fraud.
  22. Remote Access Numbers Dialup Scam.
  23. Speed up the Initial Connection Process.
  24. Steps To Check if your Modem does not Dial.
  25. Steps to Troubleshoot Slow Dialup Connection Speed.
  26. Types of Modem.
  27. Understanding the High Speed Dialup Connection.
  28. Understanding Internet Connection Terminology.
  29. Understanding the Working of a Modem.
  30. V.92 Modem Technology FAQ.


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