DSL technology utilizes the existing analog telephone infrastructure. With the world's most extensive network, remote access can be gained to the remotest corners of the globe.
Use the high-speed Internet connection and you can access individual machines, systems or complex Ethernet networks anytime, anywhere in the world.
ADSL broadband routers are ideally suited for short-term high-speed access in the case of servicing (teleservice) as well as for the permanent connection of remote stations to the central company network (permanent broadband line).
The integrated Annex A/B switchover and individual selection between modem/router functionality offer maximum flexibility. Extensive preliminary clarification of provider requirements is not necessary.
The Annex procedure used depends on the provider and features a uniform design in most countries, for example, B and J are predominantly used in Germany (ALL-IP connections of Deutsche Telekom). Annex A and Annex B are most commonly used worldwide.
Thanks to integrated Annex A/B switchover, broadband routers from Phoenix Contact can be easily adapted to the requirements of regional telecommunications providers.
|Belgium||Mixed, primarily Annex A|
|Denmark||Mixed, primarily Annex A|
|Germany||Annex B and Annex J|
|France||Mixed, primarily Annex A|
|Great Britain||Annex A|
|Italy||Mixed, primarily Annex A|
|Netherlands||Mixed, primarily Annex A|
|North America||Annex A|
|Norway||Mixed, primarily Annex B|
|Austria||Mixed, primarily Annex A|
|Sweden||Mixed, primarily Annex A|
|Spain||Mixed, primarily Annex A|