ISP Unbundling circuits

Bruce Robertson bruce at greatbasin.net
Thu Jan 29 11:45:25 CST 2009


Sometimes it's the telco.  We've issued disconnects for copper-based 
T1s, and seen the HDSL card still powered years later.

itmailinglist wrote:
> Hi everyone,
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> Is it common for an ISP to install a lased line (circuit) and when the
> service ends, the service is not unbundled again but all the cabling is left
> where it is?  I have even seen that a circuit is still active on there
> exchanges after years and no one at the ISP seems to care that they are
> wasting there own resources.
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> Thanks and best regards,
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> Alexander
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