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PIX and DSL

Currently we have ADSL line to a pix. Need to connect 2 remote locations to the network through the pix, however both locations use different DSL technologies (1-SDSL, 1-IDSL). Are any configuration changes necessary on the pix in order to use varying DSL technologies?

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Re: PIX and DSL

PIX itself does not directly connect to xDSL. You will always need a router or similar to convert to ethernet.

DSL is only used in the local loop. Except for available bandwidth there is no end-to-end effect on the use of a specific kind of DSL.

Hope this answers your question.

Regards,

Leo

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Re: PIX and DSL

Thanks for responding. Your response was a great help. You stated "Except for available bandwidth there is no end-to-end effect on the use of a specific kind of DSL." With that said, is it safe to say that the same configs used on a PIX connecting to a ADSL line can be used on a PIX connecting to a SDSL/IDSL line?

Re: PIX and DSL

Yes, this will have no effect on the pix config.

You have to adjust the ip adresses & routes correctly of course but when using a template, there are no conceptual differences.

Regards,

Leo

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