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Standard User dect
(experienced) Mon 13-Jan-20 17:08:30
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Re: FTTP Install Process


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In reply to a post by E300:
Those houses are shown as KCI 2 Assure with a note that the underground duct has not been evaluated, i.e. they don't know if clear or not.

I should think to be underground and stage 1, then you would have blue rope already pulled through, or already have fibre pulled through.
Interesting thank you
Standard User baby_frogmella
(knowledge is power) Mon 13-Jan-20 17:41:22
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[re: dect] [link to this post]
 
Worth remembering ‘KCI 2 Assure’ can sometimes appear out of error on the dsl checker. I had FoD installed in June 2017 and the checker was showing ‘2 stage’ until 2018 with nice clear ducts already in place. However since 2018 the checker is now showing KCI 2 Assure for me and this is despite having a 4 port live ONT. When I had 2 additional FTTP lines activated last year they went live without any issues (one of them took 48hrs). I think others on fttp (with a live service) are also seeing KCI2 appear as an error - Paul @ Ilford is one of them.

So there’s always the possibility the dsl checker should show ‘Stage 1’ for both properties.

BT Business FTTP(oD) 330/50 -- 4+2 ONT -- Netgear RAX200
Standard User candlerb
(experienced) Mon 13-Jan-20 17:59:00
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[re: baby_frogmella] [link to this post]
 
Aside: I believe it's "1 Stage", rather than "Stage 1".

On mine, it says "1 Stage", and in the notes "Single Dwelling Unit Residential UG Proven Clear."

Neighbours have "KCI2 Assure" and "Single Dwelling Unit Residential UG Feed Not Evaluated."

As I understand it, KCI refers to the BT ordering process. KCI1 = order received, KCI2 = order committed, KCI3 = order complete. I presume "KCI2 assure" means "we need to do an inspection before we can commit to a delivery date"


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Standard User baby_frogmella
(knowledge is power) Mon 13-Jan-20 20:24:03
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I presume "KCI2 assure" means "we need to do an inspection before we can commit to a delivery date"


This is what I'm seeing for my line:

https://postimg.cc/rdBZbgsK

Definitely no inspection required for a property with live fibre!

BT Business FTTP(oD) 330/50 -- 4+2 ONT -- Netgear RAX200
Standard User dect
(experienced) Mon 13-Jan-20 22:09:59
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In reply to a post by candlerb:
I believe it's "1 Stage", rather than "Stage 1".
Sorry my error at the beginning of this thread, just checked my friends property again and it does indeed say 1 Stage


Sorry again to everyone for the confusion frown
Standard User PaulKirby
(knowledge is power) Tue 14-Jan-20 05:44:04
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[re: baby_frogmella] [link to this post]
 
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Definitely no inspection required for a property with live fibre!

Agreed, it showed up on >> mine << when they updated it to show 1000:220 FTTP.

Paul

Standard User candlerb
(experienced) Tue 14-Jan-20 08:46:25
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Interesting. "No anticipated issues" versus "route proven clear" - but with an existing ONT you would imagine everything is fine smile

I wonder if it's to do with capacity on the CBT? I have a four-port CBT and three properties going to the chamber.
Standard User dect
(experienced) Tue 14-Jan-20 09:00:07
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In reply to a post by candlerb:
Interesting. "No anticipated issues" versus "route proven clear" - but with an existing ONT you would imagine everything is fine smile

I wonder if it's to do with capacity on the CBT? I have a four-port CBT and three properties going to the chamber.
Don't have an answer but wouldn't think for a 4 port ONT it would be related to how many ports are being used on your nearest CBT
Standard User dect
(experienced) Tue 14-Jan-20 09:11:44
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Interesting th first line of yours say exactly the same as one of my friends

"Single Dwelling Unit Residential OH Feed with no anticipated issues."

But yours is 'KCI2 assure' and their's is '1 stage' so its not just down to the wording on the DSL checker their must be other factors or an error that has been suggested.
Standard User Zarjaz
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Tue 14-Jan-20 10:08:57
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The poster mentions a ‘ four port CBT’ connectorised block terminal, not a four port ONT dect.

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