Dedicated Internet Access

Support bandwidth-intensive applications with a robust Internet connection and an Enterprise feature set with a highly secure Ethernet Internet.

  • Keep IT costs down with cost-effective Internet access.

  • Easily expand your circuit capacity as needed, from 2 Mbps to 10 Gbps.

  • Get enterprise support from a team of technical specialists.

Product Overview

Dedicated Internet Access is designed for businesses that need greater Internet capacity and a dedicated connection between their existing Local Area Network (LAN) and the public Internet.

Product Overview EPL Technical Overview


  • Threat Management Service

  • Domain Name System (DNS)

  • Enterprise Support

  • Symmetrical Traffic Flow

  • Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Routing

  • Static IP Addresses

Why Comcast Ethernet Dedicated Internet Access?

Organizations everywhere utilize the Internet as an essential business tool. Ethernet-based Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) services provide many benefits over T1-based DIA services. DIA services eliminate the need to buy more capacity than what is required.

How Does Ethernet Based Dedicated Internet Work?

Ethernet Dedicated Internet provides an Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC) from the customer's location to a Comcast Internet Point of Presence (POP) router. Our Ethernet interface enables true plug-and-play compatibility with your LAN.


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Brookline News
Pine Manor removed from academic probation

Pine Manor College, a small liberal arts college in Brookline that serves a significant number of low-income students, was removed from academic probation last week by the regional accrediting agency, the college and agency said Monday. The college, under new president Tom O'Reilly, worked over the past year to improve the school's academic programs and finances to show accreditors that is on a path to stability.

Questions about Yao's treatment still linger

When a young man well-known to police and neighbors for bizarre and scary behavior suddenly stabbed a former schoolmate to death in Winchester last month, many people asked why someone so seemingly dangerous was allowed to roam freely. Virtually nothing has been publicly disclosed about whether Yao gave any signs that his apparent mental illness was worsening in the months immediately before he used a kitchen knife to end the life of 22-year-old Deane Kenny Stryker.

Nicholas Livingston to be ordained as priest at Worcester's St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Cathedral

A new priest, Deacon Nicholas Livingston, will be ordained during Sunday services at St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Cathedral by Metropolitan Methodios of Boston, according to an announcement Saturday from parish Dean, Rev. Dimitrios Moraitis, and Parish Council President Georgia Parafestas.

'Chosen families' gain legal recognition in sick-leave laws

This November 2016 photo provided by Brooks Nelson shows Nelson, right, and his friend and renter, Yee Won Chong, left, pose for a photo as Chong prepared for surgery at Providence Portland Medical Center in Portland, Ore., to remove cancerous tissue. When Chong was diagnosed with cancer, Nelson used his own sick days as Chong's "chosen family" to take time off to care for Chong during chemotherapy and surgery.

Changes in sick-leave laws allow workers to care for 'chosen family'

The terminology has quietly been gaining political recognition over the past two years as a number of US states and cities have passed laws allowing workers to use sick days to care for anyone who's like family to them. Wil Darcangelo and his husband, Jamie, laugh with their adopted daughter, Lavender, who is blind and autistic, at their home in Fitchburg, Mass., on March, 5 2018.

Mass. Secretary Urges MassDOT to Further West Station Analysis

Mass. Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Matthew A. Beaton questioned the Department of Transportation's recent evaluation of Allston's West Station, urging the agency to review the hub's planned transit use and to consider an earlier construction timeline. Beaton's calls echo suggestions previously put forth by Harvard administrators.

Allegations of employee mistreatment roil renowned Brookline trauma center

Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, a best-selling author on trauma whose research has attracted a world-wide following, has been fired from his job over allegations that he bullied and denigrated employees at his renowned Trauma Center. Van der Kolk was removed as medical director of the Brookline center in January, according to several accounts, although his photo and job description remained prominently on its website until early this week, when the Globe requested information.

Hubway is changing its name to Blue Bikes

The bike-share program that runs in Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, and Brookline will soon become "Blue Bikes," according to a release from Motivate International, Inc., the company that operates the system. The makeover is part of a new six-year partnership with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts that was announced Wednesday.

At 75, Filmmaker Werner Herzog Says Cinema Remains His 'Connection To Life Itself'

The Academy Awards are this weekend, and while the provocative, uncompromising German filmmaker Werner Herzog isn't up for an Oscar, critics and cinephiles alike have long ranked him high among the living masters of cinema. At 75 years old, Herzog has more than 60 documentaries and features under his belt.

Pedestrian fatalities jump in states with legalized marijuana

WEED AT THE WHEEL: Denise Valenti, above, says Massachusetts faces problems with pot-impaired driving because of lagging enforcement measures. Cannabis Control Commission Chairman Steven Hoffman says the state is 'committed to doing everything possible to enhance public safety.'

Brookline should remove slaveholder's name from school

The Edward Devotion Elementary School in Brookline, pictured in February 2015. Following a $120 million renovation, the school is scheduled to reopen in September.

Suspect in fatal Winchester library stabbing suffers from mental illness, lawyer says

Deane Kenny Stryker was sitting at a table in a reading room at the Winchester Public Library when Jeffrey Yao allegedly started stabbing her from behind with a 10-inch hunting knife, the first of three separate attacks that cost Stryker her life, a police report stated. Stryker got up from the table and tried to escape Yao, but the 23-year-old man with a history of mental illness pursued, stabbing at her for a second time, according to the Winchester police report filed in Woburn District Court.

Police-Involved Shooting Reported On Interstate 93 in Boston

Police-Involved Shooting Reported On Interstate 93 in Boston Sources tell WBZ-TV that a state trooper shot a person in the foot on the ramp behind the South Bay Correctional Center. Chinatown Parade Rings In Lunar New Year The free event, organized by the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New England, is expected to take place rain or shine.

Half of GIC-covered workers to see insurance rate dip

About half of the more than 430,000 people covered by Group Insurance Commission plans will see a decrease in their premiums in fiscal 2019 and on average there will be no increase in premiums, GIC Executive Director Roberta Herman said Thursday. "This is kind of unheard of," Herman told the GIC board Thursday.

Moon in Taurus February 22 and 23

On February 22 and 23, 2018, let the moon show you where the constellation Taurus the Bull resides on the great dome of sky. Taurus is a big constellation, and the moon travels in front of it for several days each month.

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