PPPoE / Point to Point Ethernet
What is a point to point Ethernet?
A point to point Ethernet circuit has a few other names such as PPPoE or P2P. It simply allows you to connect two sites together over a secure, dedicated line. This allows you to extend your business network (WAN) across two locations with a secure, fast and reliable data transfer.
One of the decisions you will make about your Point to Point Ethernet solution is the amount of bandwidth you want, this can range from 10Mpbs to 1Gbps, depending on what you need.
Because you are not sharing your line with other users (it has a 1:1 contention ratio) you get guaranteed speed both up and down stream, reduced buffering and lag in video conferencing and VoIP technologies.
What Are The Key Features?
What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Point To Point Ethernet?
What Are The Point To Point Ethernet Options?
Speeds / Bandwidth
|Speed||10Mbps – 1Gbps||We offer a wide variety of speed options to pick from, delivered with 1:1 contention ensuring you are guaranteed consistently high symmetrical bandwidth.|
|Time scales||30-60 Working Days||The time can vary depending on any additional planning or engineering works required.|
|Pricing||Varies||The price you pay will vary depending on your location and bandwidth requirements. As such it is important you make contact with a member of our team to provide you with a tailored quote.|
|Contract Length||1, 3 or 5 Years||Free installation options are available on longer term contracts. We can provide you with multiple package deals for you to choose from.|
|SLA||24 Hour Fix||In the unlikely event of a failure on your line we will provide on-site assistance, around the clock, with a 24 hour fix aim.|
|Resilience||Optional||Diverse resilience options and armored cables are available at additional cost.|
|Data Caps||Unmetered||You can pass as much data as you like between the sites. There are no limits.|
Included As Standard
|Monitoring||Included||We proactively monitor your connection and will be available around the clock to offer support in the event of failure.|