Given the existing router has an WAN interface with a /29 subnet, I think
it's already a given that the service is delivered as ethernet.

No modem needed.

A router on the other hand, will definitely be needed.


On 14/02/2018, at 2:28 PM, Volker Kuhlmann <> wrote:

Unless the connection comes in from the street as Ethernet you'll need
some kind of modem that connects to the fibre on the street and gives
you an RJ45 to plug into.
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