As background info, I have 2 live AT&T lines now (one with DSL) and a 3rd (currently inactive) pair which was formerly used for naked DSL. The line with DSL doubles as a FAX line, while the other is our main number.
1. Ideally, I'd begin my Fusion service before disconnecting the AT&T DSL. While my AT&T DSL isn't fast, it's been rock-solid for years. I'd like some overlap so I can assess Fusion. Thus my dilemma - unless I port my main number to Fusion right away, I can't have both DSL services active on the existing active pairs. Can Sonic.net activate Fusion on my spare pair?
2. It sounds like starting with a bonded 2-line setup is better than ordering a single line & then adding later (since the lines can be configured from the same DSLAM initially). If I did start with one line, what's the potential downside if I later add the 2nd (e.g. need to change number, need to change modem, service outage (how long?), etc.)?
3. On that same topic, can one start with a Zyxel P-663HN-51 configured for a single line?
4. I use DD-WRT on a WiFi router which is configured as one side of a VPN link (not to mention all the other things already configured in such as static DHCP leases, wireless encryption, port forwarding, ...). I'd rather not have to redo all of that. Do you support using the P-663HN-51 purely as a bridge? (And can its WiFi be disabled?)
5. What about porting from wireless carriers? Can Sonic.net port in an AT&T Wireless (Cingular) number?
I'll probably come up with more questions, but that's it for now.