Often its not a technical issue of delivering the service, but an LFC rule that
an ONT provides services to a single customer only.
You may need the company that ordered the original service to request the
secondary service on your behalf.
Additional ONT install costs should be low, most LFCs install two fibres
strands to the first ONT.
Steve Hawken | Consultant | ABC IP Limited | NZ +64 21 121 9210 |
> On 9/08/2017, at 4:43 PM, Paul Adshead <paul.adsh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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