Dedicated fiber but how to reconnect

icecoder

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#1
We recently moved our company to an area with no official fiber coverage. I noticed that the property have fiber coming into a fiber box and with spf ports.
There is no circuit no or identification so does one go about getting the line reconnected ?
 

Nicholas Marzio

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#2
We recently moved our company to an area with no official fiber coverage. I noticed that the property have fiber coming into a fiber box and with spf ports.
There is no circuit no or identification so does one go about getting the line reconnected ?
Can you supply an image of the fibre box and the location of this office?

Will try to check for you.
 

ranger

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We recently moved our company to an area with no official fiber coverage.
What do you mean by "official"?

You mean it's not FTTH (and on a "coverage map")?

AFAIK, no "business" or "enterprise" products are on a publicly accessible coverage map, it would offer too much opportunity to "steal" customers.

I noticed that the property have fiber coming into a fiber box and with spf ports.
There is no circuit no or identification so does one go about getting the line reconnected ?
What do you mean by "box"? An enclosure? An ONT (or other active network device)? If so, can you provide the make and/model?

Alternatively, approximately what area is this?

If it is not FTTH, then it is likely from one of the following:
- Openserve/Telkom
- Vodacom
- MTN

Call their "business" units or resellers and ask for a quote ... (you should probably do that regardless).[/QUOTE]
 

websquadza

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#7
DM me your address so I can check it against all the operators. But that looks like a private fibre install.. possibly for CCTV or LAN.
 
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