Private Access DSL (PADSL)

Definition - What does Private Access DSL (PADSL) mean?

Private access DSL (PADSL) is technology used to create a business Intranet, or private wide area network, usually with a single Internet connection. It's a means to connect the computer to a secure voice circuit, or telephone

The term is seldom used today.

Techopedia explains Private Access DSL (PADSL)

Private access DSL usually involves a high-quality broadband channel connecting two or more business intranets. In addition, a single site, usually the business headquarters or head office, is configured with direct connection to the Internet. This network connection scheme facilitates centralized network security as well as tightly controlled and monitored business traffic flow.

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