You just don't get it , do you!
Read this:- "The NGA is 40% full - according to the guy who installed my line a few months back - it's why they won't g.fast it"
. Using g.fast as a verb in the way you did, (which does add conciseness), the FTTC cabinet which is 40% full will never be "g.fast'ed" as that isn't what happens.
G.Fast is added to the PCP and is nothing at all to do with how many ports are used in the FTTC cabinet
(what you call the NGA). Your "it's why they won't g.fast it" is simply garbage. End of. If you were quoting an engineer then he didn't know what he was talking about.
Similarly, if people you were working with "when I did my training it was just an NGA" were Plusnet support, that could explain why you picked up junk terminology.
Yes AAISP are looking into it but I think you've probably had your answer earlier in the thread. Or an engineer has simply messed up somewhere. The argument you persist in pushing is nothing to do with the problem. It is to do with that fact that the reason you posted for no G.Fast was rubbish.
G.Fast pods are added to the phone cabinet. It doesn't matter whether the FTTC cabinet is 10%, 20%, 40% or 90% full, it doesn't affect the Openreach decision to add G.Fast at that PCP.
Why you decided to turn this into an ongoing row I have no idea
. It was a minor correction to what you seemed to believe, that's all.
Just accept the facts.
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Edited by RobertoS (Wed 14-Nov-18 17:52:56)