[AusNOG] Getting some short MMF runs
matt at spectrum.com.au
Fri Mar 2 11:31:22 EST 2012
There are a number of factors involved here. Do you own both network
segments at both ends. That is to say is it your business to your
business or is it your business to customer. If it's your business to
customer then you may require a carrier license. If it's just connecting
say your sales branch to the warehouse then that's ok however there are
a number of factors you will need to consider.
Who's ducts will you use. If you use Telstra's or some other carriers
they will charge you for usage in an ongoing basis.
Will you dig your own duct. You can do that but without a carrier
license you will need to negotiate local government approval. This can
be done but may take some serious time/effort. These guys
http://luminet.com.au/ may be able to help.
Have you considered some sort of short range microwave hop. It's likely
to be a lot easier and the bert's of modern P2P microwave as in line
with fiber. As long of as you have line of sight of cause.
On 2/03/12 12:15 PM, Graeme Allen wrote:
> Hi Again,
> Another clarification, SMF would be fine, I expect it wouldn't change
> the price much as most of the cost will be in man-hours.....
> On Fri, 2012-03-02 at 12:00 +1100, Graeme Allen wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Just to clarify, I'm not looking for a service provider to run it and
>> them bill me monthly. I want to run my "own" fibre......Cheers...Graeme.
>>> On 1/03/2012 5:18 PM, Graeme Allen wrote:
>>>> Hi All,
>>>> I'm looking to get some fibre run between some inner metro buildings,
>>>> basically MDF#1 == Footpath for about 70 meters == MDF#2. No road
>>>> Any recommendations for folks who are willing to do these small jobs
>>>> (Melb and Syd), and the hard question, what "should" something like that
>>>> AusNOG mailing list
>>>> AusNOG at lists.ausnog.net
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