DS3/OCx Frequently Asked Questions
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- What types of access are available at my location?
Access is dependent on local carriers; to find out what is available in your area, use our Check For Service form.
- What is the difference between DSL and T1 service at the same speed?
- What is the difference between a bonded T1 and two individual T1s?
A bonded T1 uses special equipment and routing protocols to ensure that the total available bandwidth of the T1s can be used for a single data transmission session.
- What is the difference between ADSL and SDSL?
ASDL, or asynchronous DSL, provides different bandwidths in each direction; SDSL, or synchronous DSL, provides the same bandwidth in both directions. SDSL also has greater reach range, and is available in more locations than ADSL. Finally, SDSL is more robust, includes more stringent SLAs, and includes a dedicated phone line.
- What is included with my MegaPath broadband?
MegaPath broadband includes a portfolio of services including, e-mail, Web space, and DNS hosting.
- What type of customer premise equipment does MegaPath use?
MegaPath uses enterprise-class customer premise equipment (CPE) to enable us to remotely monitor, troubleshoot, and resolve any issues that may arise. We can also update firmware and reconfigure routers if necessary.
- How does MegaPath support these services?
With MegaPath, all services are supported by the skilled technicians that staff our U.S.-based redundant network operations centers (NOCs) 24/ 7/365.
- What makes MegaPath broadband different from your local ISP?
Unlike most local ISPs, MegaPath operates its own nationwide network and is recognized as a Tier 1 Internet Service Provider. With direct connectivity to more than 100 other Tier 1 Internet Service Providers around the country, MegaPath's network ensures that your traffic will be routed to its destination much faster and with much more reliability than is possible with a local ISP.