Is it possible to ‘bulk upgrade’ the cabinet to FTTP, and what will this require?
What is the minimum sustained (not peak) data rate per line (up and down) that the FTTN cabinets being used in the trial can deliver?
Can the FTTN cabinets support Fibre on Demand (FoD) as an ad-hoc subscriber upgrade?
If so, how will this functionality be technically delivered? Will this reduce the FTTN capacity of the cabinet?
Can NBN Co comment on what redundancy features will be included in these FTTN cabinets?
What VDSL profile will be used in the trials?
Will vectoring be used? If so, what type?
Can bonding be supported under these FTTN trials?
How will NBN Co and Telstra deal with situations where more customer connections are required than can be handled with one FTTN cabinet? For example, will two or more cabinets be co-located in the same place?
Whereas Fiber-To-The-Premise is relatively passive in it's up-keep, each node of the FTTN NBN will require electricity. Scott asks for an estimate of how much power per cabinet.
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