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Topic # 116901 13-May-2013 15:53
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Anyone else struck any new fibre feed roadside cabinets with no DSL ports spare? I thought these were pretty much almost 1-1 mapping of DSL to lines; so port waiters were a thing of the past?

This is an RBI cabinet, but is still a full size single bay; not the new smaller style.




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  Reply # 816843 13-May-2013 16:05
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Do you have a location & or cabinet ID ?

If you get me these details we can let you know what is available/planned.





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  Reply # 816856 13-May-2013 16:24
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KME/F of the Kumeu exchange, West Auckland.
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  Reply # 816908 13-May-2013 17:34
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Happens more than you would think. Even if the krone modules are there doesn't mean there is a card plugged in to them. Even around Palmy here there are cabinets with a full 288 subscribers and more gear needed to be added.

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  Reply # 817252 14-May-2013 10:37
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Kumeu/F wass originally a copper cabinet with a 300 pair feeder cable.  

Under the RBI upgrade we  laid fibre to the cabinet site & replaced the old cross-connect cabinet with a Single-Bay Whisper cabinet housing an ISAM to supply broadband.

If you have a customer that can't get service it is unlikely to be a lack of ports in the cabinet.  Can you DM me the exact address with the problem?  Possibly a problem elsewhere, give me the details and we can advise.






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