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Standard User Grimers
(member) Sat 01-May-21 21:23:18
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Re: Colaton Raleigh FTTP Rollout *DELETED*


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Standard User Grimers
(member) Sat 01-May-21 21:29:28
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Re: Colaton Raleigh FTTP Rollout


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I see. What I'm trying to get my head round is why the properties that are marked as "Planned" on the BTw checker, can order a faster service than 330/50 from non-BTw ISPs? Does that prove that it's not the headend vendor, but something else?
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(member) Sun 02-May-21 10:51:35
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In reply to a post by Grimers:
I see. What I'm trying to get my head round is why the properties that are marked as "Planned" on the BTw checker, can order a faster service than 330/50 from non-BTw ISPs? Does that prove that it's not the headend vendor, but something else?


I think ultimately it's probably a combination of two factors:

Planned Properties - Simply haven't had the rest of the network connected up and thus cannot properly have an order processed, so the database is going to be inaccurate untill everything is audited / green lit by OR

GEA CableLink Capacity - As we've discussed, if those properties which can order WBC FTTP (AVALIABLE) are capped on the 330/50, it's likely that BTW have not upgraded their 10GB links yet.

All will be well soon smile


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Standard User Grimers
(member) Sun 02-May-21 17:39:42
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I see, thank you for the explanation smile
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