Fujitsu’s GPON and active Ethernet FTTx solutions are based on the Calix E- Series platform. The E7 Ethernet Service Access Platform (ESAP) introduces new . GPON AND POINT-TO-POINT ETHERNET: The. Calix E7 GPON-4 card provides multiservice capability over. IP/Ethernet-based networks. Each GPON Have you heard about GPON but want to learn more? Calix has crafted this brief FAQ to help the uninitiated get more familiar with this leading.

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The rest of SADV users – is there anyone out there that has done this? Maybe Cool Ideas can comment on this as well? Joined Sep 10, Messages It’ll work fine b. I’ve never worked on Calix before.

Joined Feb 9, Messages 11, Mcwidowmaker Well-Known Member Nov 7, Joined Mar 22, Messages I didn’t think that was a good idea. The ONT is still part of the provider’s network. Don’t think they will allow you to mess with that, as it may impact things like their fault finding.


When you manage a network on that scale, you need to keep it as standard as possible, as any specific changes you make can confuse the technicians and end up costing you a lot more time and money to manage. We manage that part of the network still.

GPON: Gigabit Passive Optical Network for FTTx

If you do what you suggest although it may be technically possible we will drop your connection. MidnightWizard Expert Member Nov 8, Joined Nov 14, Messages 3, What I would like to know is — IF I still need all gpn normal bits and pieces of a standard setup?

It would appear that this is a more elegant solution? Joined Oct 7, Messages 1, Why is this solution not being implemented in SA? Mcwidowmaker Well-Known Member Nov 8, The fibre network will not allow you to install any equipment on their side of the ONT Optical network terminal.

The Caoix is mandatory, as it forms part of their network.

Calix Announces A New Portfolio Of GPON ONTs For Multi-Dwelling Unit And Business Applications

It gon a normal network port, where you plug your cable in to. From there, you can install any equipment you want. There are two types of connections via the ONT. From there you just plug in your network equipment. Your isp will supply a router for this, or you can use your cisco equipment cakix another type of firewall like pfsense to establish the pppoe connection for you. In a business park, you can put down a couple of 48 port switches and run 96 or fibres to patch calx and then onto clients as needed, as you will recover the money from the business clients.


I work with both technologies on a daily basis. Both on networks that we own and networks that we resell service on. Active is just so much better. After reading that an a few threads I decided to leave things as it.

On the one hand I would like less equipment, less things that can fail, on the other hand, everything is working, so leave it as it is. You can tag vlans on switch ports of active networks. Open Access ISP vlan number is MidnightWizard if you know your way around Cisco, this should hopefully make sense. Then it’s also tagged on the open access network right op to the port on the switch that the client will connect to.

Is this possible in a large deployment — ie a complex where all residents have to take up the service? You must log in or register to reply here.