What is ISP and DSL?
No, an internet service provider (ISP) and a WiFi provider are two different things. The main difference is that an ISP provides access to the internet often through cable, digital subscriber line (DSL), fiber, or satellite connections.
Is DSL the same as ADSL?
DSL is the generic term for Digital Subscriber Line Services while ADSL is just one of its types. DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) denotes an internet that uses digital connections between a modem and a phone line.
Is ADSL PPPoE?
PPPoE is a protocol that is widely used by ISPs to provision digital subscriber line (DSL) high-speed Internet services, of which the most popular service is ADSL.