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Topic # 126885 23-Jul-2013 07:55
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Hi All, 

Well work has begun on my cabinet, Cant wait

Can anybody give us a breakdown of what we see in the picture besides the obvious, Apparently the fibre shown connects provides a fibre connection for Contact @ the Clyde Dam and terminates in Dunedin 200kms away. 
One of the Techs suggested the DSLAM will be installed in the current cabinet. Does this sound correct would it fit. 
Official advise earlier had suggested an RBI cabinet would be installed along side. 

https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/f41f6b083082e2e37d3bbfc747661bb9.jpg 

Thanks all, Will upload more updates if more visible work occurs

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  Reply # 864037 23-Jul-2013 08:03
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  Reply # 864038 23-Jul-2013 08:03
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doh I remived my post as it was placed in error

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  Reply # 864080 23-Jul-2013 09:06
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From other cabinet upgrades I have seen normally Chorus put in a new one next to the old unless the current one is one of the newer model cabinets. Then they get the power and fibre installed and do functional testing of the isam. Then start to cut folks across pair by pair. Then once everyone has been cut across then Chorus notifies the isps that they can move their subscribers across to the new isam profiles. It normally takes 2-3 weeks from go to woah from when the rma consent has been granted and the fibre has been trenched in.

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