Retired IT Manager.
The views stated in my posts are my personal views and not that of any other organisation.
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gundar: Thanks for the info, hopefully nobody rips up my Internet experience.
wellygary: Its rare for network installers to draw diagrams on the groun of what they are going to do, ( they have plans and files with that info),
InstallerUFB:gundar: Can anybody tell me what it means?
Basical it looks like it has nothing to do with UFB - but is a mark up for a civils contractor to do a Copper overlay (Hence O/L mark) from point A to point B (Point B being the Copper DP OS your House
LOL, I thought it was 7/0 not O/L. That kind of reminds me of a joke about somebody who went to a car spares store to look for a 710 cap to replace one missing from the engine block.
"I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road." - Stephen Hawking
gundar: Update. WEL installed a power cable up the street and when I got home last night, they were literally on my driveway, right up against the Telekom pole. I pulled up, opened my window and said "I hope my Internet is still on" to which I got "yeah, eveything is fine" and just as I wound up my window, I hear one of the WEL guys quip "we hope" before the crowd broke out in laughter.
This morning, at 8 am, a Chorus guy was at the end of my driveway with what looked like an exploded data cable in one hand.
Yes, the Internet is off.
What a great carefree life it must be to be a WEL contractor.