bryonadams at fastmail.com
Tue Jan 9 14:17:16 UTC 2018
We're using Visionnet m505+. They seem to do well enough for our users. Our DSL footprint more rural than not and a few have needed range extenders for larger houses as these only have N wireless. I can get pretty much any stats I need from them by logging in and poking around the statistics pages except for how often the modem is resynchronizing with our Calix. I can get that stat from the Calix shelf though or make a rough guess based on an internal tool we made. I have no complaints with the modem.
If you get a lot of calls from people with security cameras that use internal/external IPs and port forwarding you may have some trouble, I haven't been able to figure out how to make it do a hairpin gracefully.
On January 9, 2018 8:50:37 AM EST, Mike Hammett <nanog at ics-il.net> wrote:
>After a few off-list responses (and a couple on) encouraging me to use
>NANOG, here we go...
>I've recently walked in to a voice\DSL CLEC that has basically been
>left to entropy for the last ten years. A lot of the core systems just
>work, but a lot of things aren't exactly managed the best. They run a
>Calix\Occam ADSL2+\VDSL infrastructure. For those of you doing DSL,
>what CPE are you using? I'm looking at one that's just a basic modem
>where I have a more sophisticated router (or ATA\voice gateway) behind
>it and then one more generic for residential settings with WiFi and all
>that jazz. We're kinda debating whether we go just dumb Wi-Fi or
>something more advanced\powerful. I've heard a lot of good about the
>Calix GigaFamily in that regard.
>Intelligent Computing Solutions
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