What is Annex A and Annex M?

What is Annex A and Annex M?

What is the difference between Annex A vs. Annex M? Also known as ADSL2 M and ADSL2+ M, Annex M provides a slight improvement in upstream rates when compared to Annex A. Annex M yields up 3.3 Mbps upstream data rates as opposed to the typical upstream rates of 1.4 Mbps in Annex A.

What is Annex in router?

For ADSL/VDSL routers, there are two types of WAN interface. While Annex A is for ADSL over POTS, Annex B is for ADSL over ISDN. We may tell the annex type by checking the type or the color of the DSL port.

Should I enable Annex M?

Annex M allows dramatic increases in upstream data speeds. Real world speeds are usually around 1.6 to 2.2 Mbps—sometimes even twice as fast as standard ADSL2+! What do you need? An Annex M compatible modem/router (you will need to enable Annex M mode).

How do you activate an Annex M?

You can set up Annex M by dialing 611 from your Fusion phone line and go through an IVR (Interactive Voice Response) to toggle Annex M on or off. This is a useful feature as setting up Annex M can disable your internet connection for a short time.

What hardware is needed for ADSL or ADSL2?

Router. A router is a piece of hardware used to connect computers and other internet enabled devices to the modem and the internet (or local network).

What is the difference between ADSL and NBN?

Put simply, the biggest difference between NBN and ADSL connections is speed. NBN plans are available with download speeds of up to 100Mbps, while ADSL2+ has a maximum potential download speed of 24Mbps. Most ADSL2+ connections are much slower: the average Australian ADSL speed is just 8Mbps.

What does Annex mean in address?

Annex is defined as an additional part of a building or a nearby building which is used as part of the main building. An example of an annex is a building in the parking lot which is used as additional office space to supplement the office space in the main building.

Can an annex have its own address?

Can an Annexe Have a Separate Address? No, Annexes are usually built on the same plot of a main family home and so they do not have an address of their own. However, this should not be seen as an issue – living on the same property as your family makes it easier for post-collection.