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Topic # 222671 23-Aug-2017 10:38
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Just a heads up that we're rolling out some updates to our FibreX network over the next week or so. This will be applied to our OLTs and provides some small improvements to performance and stability of the network. As usual, upgrades will be performed overnight to minimise interruptions.

 

No need to do anything, and if you're having any sort of issues please call and let us know.

 

/chris


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  Reply # 1851091 23-Aug-2017 10:58
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Thanks for the heads up.


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  Reply # 1851094 23-Aug-2017 11:02
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Coax-X network updated aye, Do you know what they are doing and where (Area based)? An upgrade could be considered adding minimal bandwidth which may not fix anything! Been a bit of ambiguity with "Cable network upgrades" over the years without seeing much in return. I do recall when they fixed all bandwidth issues (End of the krapi cable thread?), lasted about 3 months. 





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  Reply # 1851108 23-Aug-2017 11:17
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Coil:

 

Coax-X network updated aye, Do you know what they are doing and where (Area based)? An upgrade could be considered adding minimal bandwidth which may not fix anything! Been a bit of ambiguity with "Cable network upgrades" over the years without seeing much in return. I do recall when they fixed all bandwidth issues (End of the krapi cable thread?), lasted about 3 months. 

 

 

It's a software upgrade to all the FibreX OLTs network wide; so not adding capacity - just software bug fixes & improvements. And this is more of a heads up on the outage than anything else.


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