[AusNOG] Damage to iiNET HFC cable

John Edwards jaedwards at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 15:04:41 EST 2019

Councils are usually pretty good at having local contacts to report faults
with physical telco infrastructure.

Where aerial cable is hanging low, refer to Commsalliance S009:2013, which
requires 4.9m above a road, but only 2.7m above customer premises land.



On Tue, 5 Feb 2019 at 11:26, Matthew Matters <mmatters at ausnetservers.net.au>

> Hey Guys,
> Quick question, can someone contact me off list about damage to the HFC
> cable in Ballarat area, I have gotten a few customers call me to advise me
> that the cable is very low and at risk of being ripped from the pole.
> Been on hold to support but they are not being much help.
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