DSL High-Speed Internet
Terms of Access | DSL
The services and prices on this page are
subject to change without notice.
Note: KansasNet DSL for AT&T/SBC Territories is currently available in
the following Kansas cities:
Abilene, Atwood, Belleville, Beloit, Blue Rapids, Chapman, Clay Center, Colby, Concordia, Ellsworth, Eudora, Goodland, Hays, Herington, Hoxie, La Crosse, Lawrence, Lincoln, Manhattan, Maple Hill, Marysville, Minneapolis, Norton, Oakley, Oberlin, Ogden, Ottawa, Phillipsburg, Plainville, Salina, Sabetha, Seneca, Smith Center, St. Francis, Stockton, Tecumseh, Topeka, Washington, and Waterville.
There are restrictions on
availability. Please submit the DSL
Qualification Form to see if DSL service is available to you.
is KansasNet DSL?
KansasNet DSL is a high-speed, dedicated Internet
connection that resides on any qualified existing plain telephone
service phone line.
What are the
KansasNet DSL over Dial-up service?
First, and foremost, DSL is tons faster than your
dial-up. How much faster?
You may have heard of a “56Kbps” modem (the highest data rate
standard analog dial-up modem). With
KansasNet DSL in AT&T/SBC Territories, you can achieve a downstream connection at speeds up to
6000Kbps (6Mb/s) (Premium/Advanced+ service options).
Another major advantage of KansasNet’s DSL service,
is that it does not affect the “dial-tone” part of the phone line
that it resides on. In
other words, while browsing the Internet at high-speed, you can send
& receive phone calls or FAXs on the same phone line. This
eliminates the cost of an additional phone line to connect to the
multiple computers share one connection to the Internet.
A KansasNet DSL connection is easily shared with other PCs with
the addition of some simple networking components.
dialing up, NO BUSIES
Ever get a busy signal when trying to dial-up to the
Internet? With KansasNet
DSL, you will NEVER get a busy signal again.
DSL is a dedicated service. Once
your PC is turned on, you are online.
You have an access port in our equipment that is dedicated to
YOU, and you alone.
What does it cost?
Monthly Service Costs
Note that some service types and minimum connection
rates are NOT available in
all areas. Please consult our sales team if you have an
questions on availability. Prices shown are per-month.
|Speeds shown are bits
per sec. (bps)
Up to 384k (down)
Up to 1.5M (down)
monthly pricing for new subscribers with a 1-year term commitment. An Early
Termination Fee (ETF) will be applied for any service cancelled prior
to the termination agreement date. The Early Termination Fee
will equal $249 or your monthly service rate times the number of
months left in your service agreement, whichever is less.
² Indicates monthly pricing for new subscribers without
a 1-year term
commitment. A $99 additional one-time setup fee applies when you choose
service without term commitment; this additional fee must be paid in
full upon service agreement.
* Indicates rate applicable
for residential telephone lines only (rate not available for
business-lines, see below).
Indicates rate applicable for business-grade telephone lines.
** If you choose the single-PC service option, KansasNet only provides
basic tech support by telephone if you have a single PC connected
directly to the DSL modem.
Note: Connection sharing
software is sometimes difficult to setup and maintain, and KansasNet
does not provide free technical support for this method of internet
Customer Premise Equipment
* $59 Standard DSL Modem
new "Single-PC" subscribers with a 1-year service agreement; $99 for "Single-PC" subscribers
without 1-year term commitment.
$59 DSL Modem
Router Feature Enabled for
"Multiple-PC" subscribers with a 1-year service agreement; $99 for "Multiple-PC"
without 1-year term commitment
$99 DSL Modem
Router and Built-In 4-port Switch for "Multiple-PC"
subscribers with a 1-year service agreement; $139
for "Multiple-PC" subscribers without 1-year term commitment
Free Self-Installation: The Subscriber self-installation kit
includes a DSL modem, a 6ft.
phone cord, a short (typically 6ft) CAT5 network cable to connect the
to your existing network card, and up to three in-line DSL filters to
attached to phones and other devices (other than the DSL modem) which
utilizing the same phone line as the DSL service. Additional line
are available with the Self-Installation Kit for $10/ea. There
specific technical limitations of self-installation. If you have
or health monitoring system connected directly to your phone line
connected via a wall jack), or you have more than 4 devices (i.e.
fax machines, satellite or cable TV box) connected to your phone line,
have a professional installation. A technician will need to visit
premises to install a DSL splitter for an additional fee.
Professional Single PC Installation***: The technician will provide installation of
from your existing phone jack up to the point that it connects to your
simple configuration of your PC. If your PC does not currently
network interface card (NIC), a PCI-based card can be provided &
by the technician for an additional cost. If your PC requires
hardware and/or software, the technician will advise you on
Network Installation***: Installation that requires attaching the DSL
CPE to multiple computers,
and/or to Subscriber’s existing network equipment will be quoted and
billed on a per case basis. Feel free to contact us for
If your installation requires cable to be run, or if you live
15 miles from our 531 Ft Riley Blvd location, additional charges
Note: Make sure that you
read the document titled “KansasNet DSL
Terms of Access.”
It defines KansasNet’s policies on usage of our Internet services.
How Do I
get KansasNet DSL?
The first step in getting DSL is have
KansasNet qualify the phone line you would like to have DSL added to.
Please submit our Online DSL
Qualification Form. Or you may contact
Is there a term commitment? How
is the service billed? How do I cancel?
There are both month-to-month,
and one-year commitment service plans. In either case, 20-days
notice of cancellation is required. Notice must be sent via an
email from your KansasNet email address to email@example.com,
or by submitting our Cancellation
Form. For more details on KansasNet's service cancellation
policy, visit our Billing Information
page. The modem package and any additional hardware must be
paid for prior to, or during, the installation of the service. The
monthly service fee is prorated only in the first month and charges
begin the day after installation. Payment for monthly service must
be done by AutoDebit from a checking,
savings, or credit
Can I get a static IP address?
Static IP addresses are available
for $10/month per IP address.
What is a firewall? Do I
As with any Internet connection, there are security issues.
KansasNet recommends the usage of a hardware or software firewall
with your DSL service. Most routers will
provide basic hardware firewall features.
An example of a software firewall product is ZoneAlarm.
Product information, and availability of ZoneAlarm can be found
Note: We have had good experience with
ZoneAlarm as a software firewall, however, we cannot guarantee
interoperability of their product with our systems.
KansasNet does not provide technical support for third party
products or services.
Do I get an email address or web
hosting space with this service?
I have to use your hardware?
You do not have to purchase
and use the
hardware KansasNet offers to subscribers.
There are different protocols used for DSL service around the
nation, so if you are in the market for hardware, make sure you consult
KansasNet sales department for compatibility.
Yes. Your email address is your choice (among the available addresses) and
will be confined to the domain kansas.net (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org).
You will get 5MB of space on our personal web server. A backup dial-up
account will be provided to users who request it.
can I measure my KansasNet
DSL connection rate?
Check out our online bandwidth speed test
are the advantages of KansasNet DSL over “cable” Internet service?
most common method of bandwidth allocation over “Cable Internet”
networks is to introduce the connection to the “node” of the
network. The node is what
ties everyone in your area to the cable network. The downside of this
method is that there is a pool of resources for everyone to draw from.
The more connections drawing from these resources, the less that
others will have. In
layman’s terms, fighting with everyone on your “node” for
DSL is different. Each KansasNet
DSL customer has a reserved port directly into KansasNet’s network.
For this reason, we can allocate bandwidth, and make connection
rate guarantees. Your
connection will be the only one drawing bandwidth from your assigned
port into our network.
do I get additional information?
obtain additional information about DSL service, please contact
Use our online form to contact us.
531 Ft. Riley Blvd., Manhattan, KS 66502 (785) 776-1452
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Last modified: April 17, 2007