[AusNOG] Pipenetworks Fibre Connection

Mark Smith markzzzsmith at yahoo.com.au
Wed Mar 27 08:30:28 EST 2013

It'd be better to go back to Pipe to get clarification, as they are (or should be) the authority on what their product requires and what services it can provide. 

> From: Mischa King <mischa at webaction.com.au>
>To: ausnog at lists.ausnog.net 
>Sent: Tuesday, 26 March 2013 10:52 PM
>Subject: [AusNOG] Pipenetworks Fibre Connection
>After almost 3 months of waiting for the normal course of ordering a fibre build. 
>Mostly the Telstra embargo and building owner aproval, our Pipenetworks project manager has locked in tomorrow morning for the contracts to pull the fibre into the building and into our coms.
>Since I know that Beven your on this list, and many others that have worked with these Pipenetworks services.
>Is there anything I should know, as all I have been told is that we require a pppoe router to allow for our 100Mbs Layer 3 service?
>I have a cisco 1941 router that I was going to use.
>It's my understanding that this router should have enough guts to full use the 100Mbs service.
>All comments are welcome.
>P.S. Does anyone know if I can get IPv6 on Pipe?
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