FTTH CPE landscape

Jason Lixfeld jason at lixfeld.ca
Thu Aug 4 17:33:24 CDT 2011


Nope, Ethernet.

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On 2011-08-04, at 6:10 PM, "Frank Bulk" <frnkblk at iname.com> wrote:

> Are you looking for an xPON ONT?
> 
> Frank
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jason Lixfeld [mailto:jason at lixfeld.ca] 
> Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 9:58 AM
> To: nanog at nanog.org
> Subject: FTTH CPE landscape
> 
> This isn't necessarily operational content, so I apologize in advance for
> the noise and thus encourage off-list replies (and/or flames).
> 
> I figure the NANOG demographic might be able to point me in the right
> direction seeing as how far reaching into the industry the readership is.
> 
> I'm doing research on potential FTTH CPE vendors and I'd like to poke around
> for some potential vendors to see who I've missed.
> 
> The feature wish list more or less looks like so:
> 
> - Small, wall-mount'ish form factor
> - 6-8 wire speed 10/100/1000 LAN ports
> - Generic consumer grade NAT/Firewall
> - Fixed BX WAN port
> - 1-2 POTS ports with SIP UA
> - TR-69 support for full CPE configuration (User features/configuration and
> SP features/configuration)
> - No Wifi (or the ability to disable it from the SP provisioning side)
> - DHCP client
> - 802.1q on LAN and WAN ports
> - Multicast
> - -48v input
> - Per VLAN egress shaping/policing over WAN port
> - DHCP option 82 support
> 
> If anyone has something like this in the field or knows of a vendor who can
> meet these requirements in some fashion by product line or custom build,
> please drop me a line.
> 
> Also, if anyone knows of any NANOG'esque FTTH lists, I'd welcome a subscribe
> URL.
> 
> Thanks in advance.
> 




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