Perhaps so, but if it's not charged at the end it would just be built into the MRC. Longer-term customers would end up paying substantially more.
In some cases, it is more cost effective to install an entrance facility as you describe, but it's much more expensive than running individual x-conns as needed. Plus not everyone wants to go to the same place. The cost of an EF would be passed-through, making it far more expensive for the guy or gal who just needs a hand-full of x-conns. -Matt On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 12:31 PM, Mike Hammett <na...@ics-il.net> wrote: > Sure, but that's just a cost of doing business. There's not a line-item for > cleaning the bathroom. > > Frankly, I don't know why there are trays full of hundreds of pairs instead > of each cage having a patch panel and a 144 or some such trunk to another > patch panel elsewhere. Seems like there's a lot of extra work being done. > > > > > ----- > Mike Hammett > Intelligent Computing Solutions > > Midwest Internet Exchange > > The Brothers WISP > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Seth Mattinen" <se...@rollernet.us> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Sent: Wednesday, March 7, 2018 12:17:01 PM > Subject: Re: Zayo zColo Xcon Pricing > > On 3/7/18 10:02 AM, Romeo Czumbil wrote: >> Ohh no NRC. >> Reason = Somebody has to pull back the cables (aka cut the ends off) >> >> > > > You mean you're not supposed to let cables pile up indefinitely until > they become an immovable tangled mass? >