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ADSL HOWTO for Linux Systems

David Fannin, dfannin@sushisoft.com

v0.92, 10 April 1999


How to setup a Linux System to work with Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Loop (ADSL), a new high-speed digital access line technology available from Telcos. ADSL is one of a family of digital subscriber line (DSL) technologies available to residential and business customers using existing copper loops, providing speeds from 384kbps to 1.5Mbps. This document provides an introduction to ADSL, and information on how to install, configuration and turn up service.

1. Legal Stuff

2. Introduction

3. ADSL Overview

4. How it works.

5. Ordering Service

6. Wiring it up

7. Configuring Linux

8. Appendix


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