[AusNOG] NBN Approved Devices List
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Sun Jul 17 00:47:46 EST 2016
OK, cool.. but logically there shouldn't be if they are just ethernet.
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On Sat, Jul 16, 2016 at 11:57 PM, Nathan Brookfield <
Nathan.Brookfield at simtronic.com.au> wrote:
> There is absolutely 100% am approved list of CPE's for FTTN. I don't have
> access to it right now but NBN will only support certain certified devices
> for faults 'understandably' and they do have a list.
> Nathan Brookfield
> Chief Executive Officer
> Simtronic Technologies Pty Ltd
> On 16 Jul. 2016, at 23:55, Skeeve Stevens <
> skeeve+ausnog at eintellegonetworks.com> wrote:
> There is no such thing. There can't be.
> Since you can plug your laptop in directly to the NTU, I am not sure there
> could be. It is just ethernet for FTTN. FTTB is just VDSL, so most
> compliant ones would probably work.
> The HFC stuff, now that is a little more uncommon and not many of those.
> Not even sure you can buy those in stores.
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> On Sat, Jul 16, 2016 at 8:52 PM, Andrew Kitchen <a.kitchen at xi.com.au>
>> Hey Everyone
>> I am trying to find an official list of NBN Approved devices.
>> We are using Netcomm device at present and we are having issues with on a
>> 50Mb/20Mb circuit that it is constantly dropping out.
>> NBN Co have said it is the modem that is the issue but we have tested the
>> modem on another FTTN connection and it hasn't missed a beat.
>> Then they said it's an incorrectly set SRA setting we then enable this
>> and still no improvement.
>> Has anyone experienced a similar issue and could suggest things we can
>> try because both the EU and us as the service provider don't know where to
>> go next.
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