Muni Fiber and Politics

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Wed Jul 30 06:47:05 UTC 2014


On Monday, July 21, 2014 07:28:22 PM Scott Helms wrote:

> I'll be watching to see how well this roll out goes.  If
> they didn't re-engineer their splits (or plan for
> symmetrical from the beginning) they could run into some
> problems because the total speed on a GPON port is
> asymmetrical, about 2.5 gbps down to 1.25 gbps up.

Symmetrical would be tough to do unless you're doing Active-
E.

Then again, I haven't been following PON in the last two 
years, so maybe they have a solution now.

Mark.
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