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Standard User Ribble
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 05-Nov-15 21:09:47
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Re: Possible Fibre options for my village? FTTdp/G.Fast?


[re: MikeJG] [link to this post]
 
Openreach NGA network planner will know.
Standard User MikeJG
(newbie) Thu 05-Nov-15 21:16:55
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[re: Ribble] [link to this post]
 
Do i need to contact them? if so how do i do so?
Standard User partial
(experienced) Thu 05-Nov-15 21:20:05
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Re: Possible Fibre options for my village? FTTdp/G.Fast?


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Most of these community and local altco deployments are directly burying the fibre tubes. You can't moleplough duct 54 in or 'micro trench' it.

It has raised my eyebrows in the past. However, they are not worried about duct space for future expansion, it's cheap, it isn't catastrophic when water gets into the tubes, (and water will get into the tubes) and it hasn't got a taped up or resin filled frontage tee every 5 metres. smile

The Fell End Openreach job looked like mole ploughed duct 100 to me so they will have some hope in the future.

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Standard User Ribble
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 05-Nov-15 21:29:15
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Start Here
Standard User MikeJG
(newbie) Thu 05-Nov-15 21:33:52
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Thanks alot
Standard User kitcat
(committed) Thu 05-Nov-15 23:34:46
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Ribble

I was meaning you would need an existing FTTP headend somewhere in the area. I have spent some time brosing the broadband map But cannot see any sign of FTTP in the area.

Carlisle & Penrith have none according to the constituency maps. Workington has a small amount but I cannot spot where it is. Maybe Andrew or you can give us some idea? Workington is certainly within reach at 26miles if the headend is there.

If there is no headend OR would have to provide one and that would cost.

There is FTTC in Aspartia so there is likely to be an aggregation node but whether it is the 'right' side for this village is the question.
Standard User BatBoy
(sensei) Fri 06-Nov-15 08:56:48
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In reply to a post by MrSaffron:
Easy

Person testing obviously only ordered the up to 76 Mbps Infinity 1 service.
Perhaps the 76 Mbps Infinity 2 service? Infinity 1 is 38 Mbps.
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 06-Nov-15 09:04:43
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Re: Possible Fibre options for my village? FTTdp/G.Fast?


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FTTP head-ends are the same ones as FTTC head-ends i.e. they can be shared

So in the context of the FTTP roll-out to 15 premises in this instance it is a red-herring

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Standard User Ribble
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 06-Nov-15 09:25:17
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Aspatria cab are connected to Wigton head end .

Edited by Ribble (Fri 06-Nov-15 09:35:58)

Standard User MikeJG
(newbie) Fri 06-Nov-15 10:34:40
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[re: Ribble] [link to this post]
 
So if i want FTTP i would need to dig all the way to wigton?
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