LANCOM Support Knowledgebase
Document No. 1811.1911.2648.MMÜL - V1.30
Operating a VDSL router with Vectoring support on a Super Vectoring line
This document describes what happens when a LANCOM VDSL router with Vectoring support is operated on a Super Vectoring line.
Super Vectoring extends the available frequency range from 17 Mhz to 35 Mhz.
The providers’ infrastructure (MSAN) is backwards compatible with Vectoring. If a VDSL router with Vectoring support is operated on a Super Vectoring line, the only part of the frequency range that cannot be used is the new extended portion.
A VDSL router with Vectoring support still provides the maximum data rate that the VDSL modem is capable of supporting (100 Mbps).
All LANCOM 178x series routers are capable of Vectoring and therefore operate on Super Vectoring lines with a
maximum data rate of 100 Mbps
The LANCOM routers of the 179x series
due for release in Q4/2018
have a Super Vectoring-enabled xDSL modem
operate without restriction on Super Vectoring lines
Catchwords: Vectoring; Super Vectoring; backwards compatible
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