SIP on FTTH systems

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Fri Feb 7 15:20:08 UTC 2014


On Friday, February 07, 2014 03:30:08 PM Frank Bulk wrote:

> Rather than assign residential and business customers
> their own /30, to conserve space we give those customers
> a /32 out of a /24.  But when one of these static IP
> customers wants to send email to another, or the
> employee wants to VPN into work, they can't.

This is akin to Private VLAN's where ports in a shared VLAN 
are assigned numbers from the same subnet, but they can only 
communicate via the BNG rather than directly at the bridge 
level.

I prefer EVC Split Horizon to Private VLAN's, though.

Mark.
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