Difference between Broad band and Leased Line Connections

September 14 10:26 2012


Leased Line is a dedicated line connection between the provider and the customer, designed to handle large amount of data. Usually the provider combine multiple pair of wires to a single line and this way the line can handle more data than a single phone or cable connection. In most cases Leased line carry static IPs as individual access is necessary in most of such cases. This is costlier while comparing to broad band

Any Internet access via Telephonic or cable TV network that deliver more than 250 KbPs can be call as BroadBand connection. Here, there will not be any static ip by default ( any how we can have one as an addon service) and the line which connecting will be a shared line and congection in line may affect data rates. This is intended for home use and for small establishments where cost is a great concern over stability

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