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Old 31-10-2021, 23:14   #1
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Virgin install coaxial cable into home and then connect to modem hub but what do Hyperoptic do?
Do they also use coaxial into home or do they use cat5/6 direct to the modem?
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Re: Hyperoptic

Fibre to ONT then ethernet to router.
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Old 01-11-2021, 16:04   #3
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Optical Network Terminal ( basically equivalent to a modem).
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Re: Hyperoptic

Sounds similar to Openreach - my in laws got a wall box added to the hall when they ordered fibre. That box has an Ethernet connection to their TalkTalk home hub.
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Sounds similar to Openreach - my in laws got a wall box added to the hall when they ordered fibre. That box has an Ethernet connection to their TalkTalk home hub.
Yes, all the altnets use the same system for FTTP installs. Only VM run coax.
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