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DiggerOfTrenches
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Message 11 of 14

Re: Universal Service Obligation


@Starwirewrote:
Not sure what Fibre Network you’re referring to but the one I work on uses a 32 way split. So that’s 1 Fibre into a SASA then 32 out. Openreach try to use only 28 Fibres per SASA and leave 4 spare but in reality that hardly ever happens and all 32 get used.

Even if there was a spare available on the SASA they wouldn’t be able to use it to supply service to a DSLAM anyway.

Why 'Even if there was a spare available on the SASA they wouldn’t be able to use it to supply service to a DSLAM anyway.'?

 

so n = 0.25 why ask what n is if you allready know?

 

DiggerOfTrenches
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Message 12 of 14

Re: Universal Service Obligation

Are you a BT customer?
Distinguished Guru
Distinguished Guru
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Message 13 of 14

Re: Universal Service Obligation

No he's not and doesn't need to be. Forum rules won't allow me to tell you what he is, suffice to say he knows more about the Openreach fibre network than you or I.

DiggerOfTrenches
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Message 14 of 14

Re: Universal Service Obligation

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@pippincpwrote:

No he's not and doesn't need to be.


Lots of the word CUSTOMER in these rules?

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@pippincpwrote:

No he's not and doesn't need to be. Forum rules won't allow me to tell you what he is, suffice to say he knows more about the Openreach fibre network than you or I.


Could you quote the Rules not just state them please?