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# 260105 11-Nov-2019 08:10
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Just wondering if anyone on here has used the Ubiquiti GPON products? I've got a site that would be perfect for a GPON deployment. The fibre part is easy for us, but just not sure on the OLT/ONT's.

 

As with everything Ubiquiti, it all looks very promising from the marketing spec sheet. But there is always a gotcha somewhere (generally software related) that mucks everything up.

 

Anyone got some feedback? Specifically on the OLT and ONT products - we won't utilise "UCRM" for customer management, but understand we should use "UNMS" for the management of the kit.


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  # 2351385 11-Nov-2019 08:19
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Watching with interest :)

 

 

 

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  # 2351386 11-Nov-2019 08:26
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I've never played with it but know people who have. In the early days it was like many UBNT products - the hype and pretty pictures promised thigs that the real world could not deliver. From speaking to guys a few weeks ago in the US who have deployed it as a solution I think it's now a relatively stable product but the history of it has certainly meant many will never touch it.

 

If you want a reliable GPON solution go for Calix. They have a local reseller in NZ who can provide full support.

 

 

 

 


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