[AusNOG] Adding an address to NBNCo?

Jake Anderson yahoo at vapourforge.com
Fri Apr 17 09:55:47 EST 2020

Unless there's a subdivision on the council plans (IE 2 lot numbers 
exist, not just 2 residences on one lot) I think you're going to have a 
bad time.
sums it up.

It is possible but for one customer it took ~3 years to get his factory 
unit connected.

On 17/4/20 4:16 am, Skeeve Stevens wrote:
> Hey all,
> I've got a friend that has moved into a new house in a new estate.  
> They are the first person in the house.
> The house has two properties, say '26 Blah St' and a granny flat in 
> '26a Blah St'.
> Someone had already moved into the granny flat and has connected NBN.
> In the NBN lookup, and all the ISPs I've looked at, only "*26a*" drops 
> down, and no other... and most ISPs don't let you proceed.
> NBNCo's website says talk to the ISP...  but they all basically refuse 
> to move forward in the application to order.
> Anyone know how to get the address added to NBNCo??
> Whereis.com.au <http://Whereis.com.au> seems to show the correct 
> maps... Google doesn't. Hmmm
> ...Skeeve
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