What is the function of the DSLAM in a broadband DSL network?
- separates POTS traffic from ADSL traffic
- separates voice from data signals
- multiplexes individual customer DSL connections into a single upstream link
- communicates directly with customer cable modems to provide Internet services to customers
Explanation: On a DSL network the DSLAM is used to multiplex connections from DSL subscribers into a single high-capacity link. The DSLAM is located at the central office of the provider.
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