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A: Symmetric DSL (SDSL) is similar to ADSL with the added benefit of increased upload capability. SDSL permits the download and upload capacity of a connection to remain similar, unlike ADSL where there is a large, 2:1 ratio difference. With SDSL, compa...
A: The major difference between the two protocols is the bandwidth (capacity) allocated to the downstream (download) and upstream (upload) channels. SDSL has higher upstream (upload) rates when compared to ADSL making SDSL more appropriate for individua...