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  Reply # 1035731 2-May-2014 21:44
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hang on ... now i find out that we can only call out no one can call in , been like that since ufb install .





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  Reply # 1035743 2-May-2014 22:05
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bigrevs27: hang on ... now i find out that we can only call out no one can call in , been like that since ufb install .


Sounds like a porting issue, PM me your account number or username please.




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  Reply # 1035745 2-May-2014 22:14
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Found you - Yes your number is still with your previous provider. Anyone on the Orcon network can still call you, you can call out but anyone off-Orcon can't call you as you've found out.

 

 

Will get your number ported asap.




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  Reply # 1035842 3-May-2014 08:36
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Legend :) thank you. The installer said they had to change cabinets due to not being able to blow fibre uphill. Probally wont change my ping thou?

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bigrevs27: Legend :) thank you. The installer said they had to change cabinets due to not being able to blow fibre uphill. Probally wont change my ping thou?


I couldn't help but look at this and think "just go to the other end/top and blow it downhill"  laughing .... I'm sure its harder than that... 




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  Reply # 1036082 3-May-2014 17:36
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bigrevs27: Legend :) thank you. The installer said they had to change cabinets due to not being able to blow fibre uphill. Probally wont change my ping thou?


perhaps for the best,  imagine how much slower it would be having to go uphill. 



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  Reply # 1036150 3-May-2014 18:59
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larf  ... check out the ONT the yellow wire on the bottom right is the fibre cable looped outside the case into mid air ...............................i was told not to knock it or goodnight stinkernet..... genius absolutely genius i need to meet the man who designed this!




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  Reply # 1036158 3-May-2014 19:15
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bigrevs27: Legend :) thank you. The installer said they had to change cabinets due to not being able to blow fibre uphill. Probally wont change my ping thou?


I couldn't help but look at this and think "just go to the other end/top and blow it downhill"  laughing .... I'm sure its harder than that... 


Most blown fibre (yr1 & 2) are required to be preconnectorised (for the cabinet end) so can only be blowen one way - yr3 designs onwards use non-connectorised fibre so it can be blown from either end

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bigrevs27: larf  ... check out the ONT the yellow wire on the bottom right is the fibre cable looped outside the case into mid air ...............................i was told not to knock it or goodnight stinkernet..... genius absolutely genius i need to meet the man who designed this!





Actualy it is a kevlar reinforced fibre patch cord.  It has a plug, on one end that requires positive presure upwards to disconnect and the base of the plug & cord are clamped in with a clip @ the back of the ONT - you would rip the whole ONT and back mount off the wall before you would damage the fibre lead.   I would be more concerned that the ONT is so low on the wall (min install height (as measured from floor to bottom) should be 300mm - with exceptions) manly to avoid acciddential physical damage and the ingress of dust off the floor etc.



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  Reply # 1036183 3-May-2014 20:06
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its on a mantle so its off the ground good to hear its strong than it looks 



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  Reply # 1036968 5-May-2014 12:56
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Awesome. All sorted chorus must have done the port at cabinet and phone works and UFB i get a solid 16ms ping , 94mbs down and 42mbs up nice .
big thanks FireEngine your awesome ..


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bigrevs27: Awesome. All sorted chorus must have done the port at cabinet and phone works and UFB i get a solid 16ms ping , 94mbs down and 42mbs up nice .
big thanks FireEngine your awesome ..



Glad to hear it :-)




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