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Topic # 179151 28-Aug-2015 18:55
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Would this be the fibre install?




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  Reply # 1375876 28-Aug-2015 19:09
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That does look like a fibre spool, but I've never heard of OCL... but that doesn't mean much because I hadn't heard of HFS before they started the rollout here in Whakatane.

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  Reply # 1375894 28-Aug-2015 19:38
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Sweet! That's the gcsb by the way ...

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1375896 28-Aug-2015 19:40
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GCSB?

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  Reply # 1375903 28-Aug-2015 20:05
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  Reply # 1375904 28-Aug-2015 20:09
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They're just after all my Pr0n.. :)

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  Reply # 1375907 28-Aug-2015 20:18
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The GCSB has been and gone in my area two months ago ... Still no fibre ...

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  Reply # 1375926 28-Aug-2015 21:40
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could be a fibre install

check the chorus map to see when you are due
https://www.chorus.co.nz/network-upgrade-map

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  Reply # 1375955 29-Aug-2015 03:45
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Do you think their two conduits under the road will be big enough?

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  Reply # 1375991 29-Aug-2015 09:29
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Should be able to squeeze a couple of runs through there!!

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  Reply # 1375992 29-Aug-2015 09:35
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When they did our Fibre, it was red. Must come in many colours.



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  Reply # 1375993 29-Aug-2015 09:41
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I think those existing conduits under the road are for a specific ISP
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  Reply # 1375995 29-Aug-2015 09:55
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slliwgd: When they did our Fibre, it was red. Must come in many colours.


Mine, the half inch ones were red, they are the termination at the fence line. I forget the colour of the large runs that they ran down the street

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  Reply # 1376051 29-Aug-2015 11:44
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3puttssuck: When they did our Fibre, it was red. Must come in many colours.


It is faster if it is red.

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  Reply # 1376056 29-Aug-2015 12:15
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Ducts in different areas are different colours ..

Chorus is green cos they use ericcson gear
Ultrafast is red cos they use hauwei gear
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