This is counter to the TCF Spec and design of the UFB service was intended
to do. least for the LSP's in which the original Alcatel-Lucent ONT is used
this should never be an issue.
The original gen1 ONT was extensively tested with disparate 300/300mbit
services run in parallel on each of the Customer facing RJ45 service ports
with a shared 2.5Gbit Optical upstream.
I am interested to know which RSP's and in what region you have seen them
request a second ONT for a new Service.
On 9 August 2017 at 17:14, Tim Price <t...@initech.co.nz> wrote:
> Depends on combination on RSP policy. Chorus say that secondary services
> are limited, ie if primary service on ONT is 100/100M then secondary
> service will be 100/50M (Not sure if this is a scaled rule or a hard rule).
> Some RSPs don’t accept this and will chose to install second ONT to get
> primary service specs.
> *From: *<nznog-boun...@list.waikato.ac.nz> on behalf of Paul Adshead <
> *Date: *Tuesday, 8 August 2017 at 9:43 PM
> *To: *nznog <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> *Subject: *[nznog] Multiple connections to UFB in server room
> Hi guys. A shared server room has an active UFB service for another
> business on the floor. We want UFB service to our office too.
> Is an additional ONT install needed (as I'm being told by <ISP>)? Or, can
> Chorus just enable another port on the existing ONT and have and then run a
> network cable out to both routers from one ONT? Is the ONT capable of
> multiple PPPOE sessions to the offsite hardware?
> Or is this just creating a problem that doesn't need to exist (- ie say
> yes to the second ONT install)?
> Many thanks,
> Paul Adshead.
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