T1 Internet Service Do's and Don'ts | Shop for T1

T1 Internet Service Do's and Don'ts | Shop for T1


T1 Internet Service Do's and Don'ts | Shop for T1

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T1 Internet Service Do's and Don'ts

T1 Internet service is as ubiquitous as DVD players but the choices
are much more varied. Ready to learn the basics and find a
connection? In general, T-1 is a member of the T-carrier system.

T-carrier is a communications system used for carrying voice and
data transmissions in a digital format.

T-1 meets the needs of businesses having multiple users on a
system requiring fast speed and broad bandwidth.

For a fixed monthly rate, businesses with 20 or more users can
communicate via both voice and data. A Full T1 can
accommodate as many as 24 users working at 64 Kbps.

T-1 is made up of 24 digital channels. This requires a digital
connection device (CSU/DSU {customer switching unit/digital
switching unit}) to connect to four wires to carry the information.

All T1 lines require that a Channel Service Unit (CSU) be
connected between your Data Terminal Equipment (DTE),
i.e., a personal computer, and the T-1 line.

A CSU serves both as a surge protector
(to protect your equipment from voltage anomalies such
as lightning) and a monitor of the line itself.

As mentioned previously a T1 connection is capable of delivering
1.5Mbps. DSL connections are also capable of delivering this
speed however they are not nearly as reliable as a T1 connections
and should not be considered as a business connections unless
it's SDSL and even then you will likely have some downtime.

If you have critical information being hosted in your office or have
a large number of users accessing the Internet on a regular basis,
consider getting a T1 connections.

Also remember to get a professional's assistance when you
search for your provider. Each company will tell you their
connection is the best available but a broker will act as your
agent and help you find what's right for you.
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T1 Internet Service Do's and Don'ts

T1 Internet Service Do's and Don'ts

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