SIP on FTTH systems
jfmezei_nanog at vaxination.ca
Thu Feb 6 04:52:51 UTC 2014
I am thinking in a possible wholesale FTTH environment operated by a
telco where the end user is connected to ISP-X via PPPoE.
ONTs have built-in ATAs that can provide POTS service to a house and do
SIP/VoIP over the fibre with QoS system to ensure VoIP traffic gets through.
In a scenario where the data PPPoE connection is done by an external
router, what are the options to operate the VoIP service so that
- VoIP still uses the special lane on the GPON with QoS
- VoIP gets IP from ISP-X and traffic flow via ISP-X so that telco is
not involved in routing such traffic or allocating an IP address ?
Is the only option to program the ONT to establish its own PPPoE session
to the ISP that carries only SIP traffic (and can such a setup make use
of the special "lane" reserved for VoIP traffic ? on the gPON system ?)
What other scenarios exist ?
In normal incumbent-only FTTH systems, does the OLT provision a special
IP to the ATA via DHCP and intercepts that traffic to hand off to a
local SIP server and never touches the internet ?
In the USA, do CLECs have access to homes served only by FTTH ? If so,
how it is accomplisehd ?
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