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Standard User epyon
(experienced) Wed 01-Apr-15 19:22:10
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FTTP "in some areas"


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I'm on the nsden exchange just noticed fttp is now enabled at the exchange

i guess this is for the EO lines?

nothing on the wholesale checker yet for me only fttc i know the likeliness of getting fttp when i already have the fttc is very low.

Any info on what cabients would serve fttp?

post is ab253xu

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Edited by epyon (Wed 01-Apr-15 21:00:55)

Standard User BatBoy
(sensei) Wed 01-Apr-15 19:41:24
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Re: FTTP "in some areas"


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Cabinets don't serve FTTP.


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Wed 01-Apr-15 20:16:03
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Re: FTTP "in some areas"


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Correct but invaribly the fttp footprint aligns with a cabinet footprint

Will go check once dinner is eaten

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Standard User epyon
(experienced) Wed 01-Apr-15 20:52:02
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Re: FTTP "in some areas"


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Thats not really what i ment but i wasnt sure how to word it.

mrsaffron words it a lot better.

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Edited by epyon (Wed 01-Apr-15 20:52:28)

Standard User BatBoy
(sensei) Wed 01-Apr-15 20:53:50
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I think postcodes would be better. e.g. AB24 5EQ


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Wed 01-Apr-15 21:24:18
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Ok as far as I can see no-one postcode is live with FTTP yet, there is some EO lines due to get FTTP but plan covers just 12 EO postcodes.

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Standard User brightd
(experienced) Wed 01-Apr-15 21:33:06
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Your answer is completely correct. However, in our case all of the lines that are connected to our cabinet for copper have now got FTTP as an option. So either ADSL2 via copper and /or FTTP via fibre.

David

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Standard User PaulKirby
(committed) Thu 02-Apr-15 10:31:40
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Re: FTTP "in some areas"


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In reply to a post by MrSaffron:
Ok as far as I can see no-one postcode is live with FTTP yet, there is some EO lines due to get FTTP but plan covers just 12 EO postcodes.
A lot of them seem to be down to be moved over to existing or new fibre cabinets shown below:
[EO46] FTTP Planned - Phase BDUK Scot Government 14a
AB25 3TP -> P68 (FTTC)
AB25 3TU -> P68 (FTTC)
AB25 3TZ -> P68 (FTTC)
FTTC Planned (exchange ready 1st May 2014) - Phase BDUK Scot Government 13a

[EO35] FTTP Planned - Phase BDUK Scot Government 14a
AB25 3GA -> P11 (FTTC)
AB25 3SL -> P11 (FTTC)
FTTC Available from 15th May 2012 - Phase 07b 2011-2012

[EO46] FTTP Planned - Phase BDUK Scot Government 14a
AB25 3TZ -> P68 (FTTC)
FTTC Planned (exchange ready 1st May 2014) - Phase BDUK Scot Government 13a

[EO51] FTTP Planned - Phase BDUK Scot Government 14a
AB25 3UG -> P68 (FTTC)
AB25 3UZ -> P68 (FTTC)
FTTC Planned (exchange ready 1st May 2014) - Phase BDUK Scot Government 13a
Cabinet 68 seems to be down to get a bulk of the EO Lines that are also down for FTTP, not too sure what its going to end up with due to things change a lot.

Also didn't check all EO Lines and their postcodes due to loads of them.

Paul
Standard User Mark07
(learned) Thu 02-Apr-15 10:38:52
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FTTP is apparently "Enabled in some areas" on my exchange too, but I can't find any postcodes supplying it.

Can anyone see any with your fancy lookup tools laugh Exchange is NESVL

Thanks
Standard User PaulKirby
(committed) Thu 02-Apr-15 10:50:24
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In reply to a post by brightd:
Your answer is completely correct. However, in our case all of the lines that are connected to our cabinet for copper have now got FTTP as an option. So either ADSL2 via copper and /or FTTP via fibre.
Sadly its FTTC and not FTTP for the postcode (AB25 3XU) that you supplied in your original post.
Any way I did a check on all homes for that postcode and have the following:
Exchange Name: Aberdeen Denburn
Exchange Code: NSDEN
Country: Scotland

Cabinet: 83
Fibre Phase: Phase 07b 2011-2012
Fibre Information: FTTC Available from 18th March 2012
Result Count: 33

[AB25 3XU]
Has 33 result(s) connected to Cabinet 83 with FTTC with approximate speeds around the following:
Range A: 72.0 -> 80.0 (downstream) 20.0 -> 20.0 (upstream)
Range B: 61.9 -> 80.0 (downstream) 12.2 -> 20.0 (upstream)

Please note that these speeds are using BT's DSL Checker and uses the lowest and highest values for that postcode and cabinet.
Had at least 1 issue retrieving information from the BT DSL Checker.
You can either get ADSL2+ from 8.5 to 19 Mbps or FTTC, there is no mention of FTTP for that postcode on cabinet 83.

I also have the individual FTTC speeds for each of the homes for that postcode if need be.

Paul
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