Internet Connections

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What kind of connection do you use for the Internet? What are the advantages or disadvantages of your connection. If you could choose any connection, what would it be and why?


Thanks Ehelp for any help you can give.
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Oct 03, 2011
Cable TV Vs DSL:

There is an advantage in using different services for your telephone and Internet. If one service goes down the other may still work unlike bundled services. A fiber optic system (cable TV) is usually a little faster than DSL (telephone) and it isn't as prone to slow down in high traffic or bad connections. And of course, there's the price.

Within the area where it will be used, a wireless system is more convenient than an Ethernet (wired) system. You can access from anywhere within range without having to pull a wire through the area. Theoretically there is a security advantage to Ethernet since someone could possible access an incorrectly configured Local Area Network via wireless from next door or down the street.

Rob
Answered Oct 03, 2011
Hi,

You can use broadband connection for the Internet. Because In telecommunications, broadband is wide bandwidth data transmission with an ability to simultaneously transport multiple signals and traffic types. The medium can be coaxial cable, optical fiber, twisted pair, DSL local telephone networks or wireless broadband. In contrast, base band describes a communication system in which information is transported across a single channel. Broadband Internet services (specifically cable modem and DSL) bring high-speed Internet connectivity to homes and small businesses. I am also using broadband connection from www.mystarpoint.com and its working fine.
smithjohnson
Answered Nov 27, 2014
Edited Dec 05, 2014
I use the wireless services from Skyspan and it gives me the best uninterrupted internet service.
kaira
Answered Aug 23, 2016

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