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# 139546 12-Feb-2014 14:45
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Hi all,

I'm going show my ignorance and ask what is probably a stupid question:

Telecom call it their "Fibre Gateway", but is it really just an ADSL/VDSL/Ethernet router?

When connecting to fibre is there a separate "fibre box" that converts fibre to ethernet, then the ethernet plugs into the HG630B via the WAN port?

Thanks

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  # 985145 12-Feb-2014 14:46
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ONT is what the fibre connects to

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  # 985147 12-Feb-2014 14:46
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Hi,

This is a RGW as every other ISP has. The ONT terminates the fibre and converts to Ethernet in simple terms. This is a WiFi AP in simple terms as well.

Yes the ONT connects via the WAN Port.

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  # 985149 12-Feb-2014 14:47
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The Fibre to Ethernet box is called an ONT, and is owned & installed by the LFC or Local Fibre Company (ie Chorus or Enable or UFF or North Power). Telecom have no ability nor do any other Internet Service Providers (ISPs) aka Retail Service Providers (RSPs) to plug into the fibre.

So it will be a ADSL/VDSL/Ethernet that plugs into LAN1 on the ONT.

That's the box Telecom will supply.

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  # 985156 12-Feb-2014 14:50
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Ethernet from ONT goes in the blue.
DSL service in the grey.




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  # 985160 12-Feb-2014 14:53
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Thanks everyone for the answers. This is what I thought, but couldn't really get a straight answer out of Telecom.

Much appreciated.

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  # 986352 12-Feb-2014 19:53
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Paul1977: Thanks everyone for the answers. This is what I thought, but couldn't really get a straight answer out of Telecom.

Much appreciated.


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