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Topic # 106858 1-Aug-2012 17:22 Send private message

Snap has just announced UFB plans, we can afford it, and Chorus have closed the trenches. It is time.

As I have a spare Cisco 1841, I'd like to use it. It will also be a "fun" learning experience as I'm trying to gain CCNA status. Does anyone know what sort of optical SFP will be required? (or if there are any other considerations?)

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  Reply # 665587 1-Aug-2012 17:24 Send private message

All connections are ethernet only. You have to use the LFC provided ONT.


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  Reply # 666823 3-Aug-2012 11:44 Send private message

Yes it is a 1 Gbps copper connection. If you get a tagged interface (802.1q) on the ONT, you can still play around with the Class of Service settings (either 4 or 0) on your cisco.

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