Is high-speed async connectivity (56k V.90) supported in IOS 11.3(5)?
I have a Cisco 2509 running 11.3(5) IOS with the octal cable configured for PPP dial-up for remote users. Works great except that I can get connect speeds only up to 26k. I take the modems off the cisco and put them on an ascend box and I get 54k consistently.
My question is, do I need a firmware or software upgrade to get the high speed connection? If so, what version supports it?
Re: Is high-speed async connectivity (56k V.90) supported in IOS
Ascend must have a digital link coming into itself. If not, it must be fooling you with the speeds its showing. You must have to have a digital link like a PRI coming directly into your RAS if you want to achieve 56K speeds. Its technology limitation as
if you have an analog line (POTS) instead of a digital link, an additional D/A conversion will take place there, thus ruling out the possibility of any greater than V.34 speeds.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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