Upstream DSL transmission suffers from in-domain crosstalk as well as out-of-domain or alien crosstalk. Here, the use of multi-user receiver signal coordination e.g. generalized decision feedback equalization, can lead to spectacular performance gains. This paper presents a transmission scheme, referred to as MAC-OSB, which focuses on the weighted rate sum capacity by joint receiver signal coordination and transmit spectrum coordination. The proposed scheme. incorporates per-user total power constraints, spectral mask constraints and discrete bit or power loading constraints. Furthermore a low-complexity scheme, referred to as MAC-ISB, is presented which performs similar to MAC-OSB. Simulations show large performance gains over existing methods especially for scenarios with significant alien crosstalk.