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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Tue 31-Jan-12 22:48:15
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"Unbundling"


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When an ISP wants to provide a LLU service from an exchange who does the unbundling is it BTw engineers, Openreach engineers or someone else paid by the ISP?

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(staff) Tue 31-Jan-12 23:24:11
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Re: "Unbundling"


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A cage with several hundred pairs going into it, LLU providers engineers install kit in the cage. Then when you sign up, they jumper your line onto one of the pairs that is going into the cage

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Standard User Ribble
(member) Tue 31-Jan-12 23:57:40
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Re: "Unbundling"


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Openreach manage the process including providing the space, power and cabling to the MDF. They may aloso provide the backhaul but thats the LLU operators descision.
It is Openreach that jumper (connect) the end users line to the LLU equipment via the tie cables installed between the MDF and HDF

Edited by Ribble (Tue 31-Jan-12 23:58:25)


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