[AusNOG] Fibre / conduit maps
hudrob at gmail.com
Sun Oct 16 19:48:07 EST 2016
If only the data they had was accurate (not their fault, they are only as
good as the data they've been given).
The Telstra lead-in to a previous property was on the other side of the
property to what DBYD said. They also had no record of the gas line either.
As I said, I know their data is only as good as what they're given. What
was a little frustrating though was when we offered to update them on where
we had found/relaid the services (we cut the Telstra lead-in, and nearly
broke the gas line), we basically couldn't get them to accept the data.
On 16 Oct 2016 6:14 PM, "Adrian Bone" <adrianbone at iinet.net.au> wrote:
> 1100.com.au (Dial Before You Dig) is worth a look.
> Excellent free service. Been a little while since I've had to use it but
> memory you must declare occupation when registering and use a mapping tool
> similar to google earth to draw a shape of the area of interest. You then
> submit your query and promptly receive an automated email with pdf
> Shows conduits in the ground and who owns them, eg 4T100 to indicate 4 x
> 100mm, but would be no further info.
> Looking at the start of the list of DBYD members I can see AAPT, AARNet,
> On Thu, 13 Oct 2016 05:36:26 AM Abraham Treadwell wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > A few years ago a company, koordinates.com<http://koordinates.com>
> > or enabled publication of isp backhaul and wholesale fibre maps, from
> > of the bigger telcos in New Zealand. It was possible for others to submit
> > their maps into the same service.
> > We’re in the process of looking for a new premises in Sydney and i’m
> > wondering if anyone is aware of, or has compiled a similar collection of
> > combined telco fibre maps in Australia?
> > As an isp of any size, knowing who has ducting in a particular street
> can go
> > a long way to finding the right wholesale provider or partnership, for a
> > particular address or project, especially for premium services and quirks
> > such as identifying fully redundant paths.
> > If anyone’s aware of such a map, as a public or restricted access
> service, I
> > would be most interested to hear more.
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