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Old 02-09-2011, 12:17 PM   #1
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FTTH KnowledgeBase

Table of Contents

1. FTTH Technologies
1.1 Types
1.2 Definitions
1.3 Terminologies
1.4 Locations of Central Office (CO)

2. 3 Layers of NGNBN (Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network)
2.1 NetCo
2.2 OpCo
2.3 RSPs

3. VLAN Matrix
3.1 Nucleus Connect
3.2 SingNet
3.3 StarHub
3.4 M1
3.5 SuperInternet
3.6 ViewQuest
3.7 MyRepublic

4. Equipments
4.1 SingNet
4.2 StarHub
4.3 M1
4.4 SuperInternet
4.5 ViewQwest
4.6 MyRepublic

5. Peering
5.1 SingNet
5.2 StarHub
5.3 M1
5.4 SuperInternet
5.5 ViewQwest
5.6 MyRepublic

6. Internet Exchange
6.1 SGIX
6.2 SOX
6.3 Equinix
6.4 SHIX

7. Interconnection Offer
7.1 OpenNet
7.1.1 Interconnection Offer Agreement
7.1.2 Schedule 1 - Residential End-User Connection
7.1.3 Schedule 15 - Charges
7.2 Nucleus Connect
7.2.1 Master Interconnection Offer Agreement
7.2.2 Service Schedule - Residential Per-End-User Connection

8. Subscription Plans

PS: Please do not post as I am trying to gather information and compile a single thread (to be lock by Moderator later) for all fiber related information.
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1. FTTH Technologies

1.1 Types


1.2 Definitions

T-CONT: A traffic bearing object within an ONU/ONT that represents a group of logical connections, and is treated as a single entity for the purpose of upstream bandwidth assignment on the PON. In the upstream direction, it is used to bear the service traffic. Each T-CONT corresponds to a service traffic of one bandwidth type. Each bandwidth type has its own QoS feature.

ALLOC_ID: Each T-CONT is identified by the ALLOC_ID uniquely. The ALLOC_ID ranges from 0 to 4095. It is allocated by OLT i.e. a T-CONT can only be used by one ONU/ONT per PON interface on the OLT.

GEM Port: A GPON Encapsulation Method (GEM) port is a virtual port for performing GEM encapsulation for transmitting frames between the OLT and the ONU/ONT. Each different traffic-class (TC) per UNI is assigned a different GEM Port. Each T-CONT consists of one or more GEM Ports. Each GEM port bears one kind of service traffic i.e. a T-CONT type.

GEM Port ID: Each GEM Port is identified by a port ID uniquely. The Port ID ranges from 0 to 4095. It is allocated by the OLT i.e a GEM port can only be used by a single ONU/ONT per PON interface on the OLT.

1.3 Terminologies

CO: Central Office
MDF = Main Distribution Frame
FSH: Fibre Splicing Hub
FSB: Fibre Splicing Box
FDP: Fibre Distribution Point
FTP: Fibre Termination Point

1.4 Locations of 9 Central Office
  • AM - Ang Mo Kio
  • AR - Ayer Rajah
  • BD - Bedok
  • BP - Bukit Panjang
  • ES - Eunos
  • JW - Jurong West
  • OC - Orchard Central
  • TP - Tampines
  • TS - Tuas
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2. 3 Layers of NGNBN (Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network)

2.1 NetCo (Network Company)
The NetCo will lay the passive network infrastructure.
  • OpenNet

2.2 OpCo (Operating Company)
The OpCo operates the active electronics to provide bandwidth services to RSPs.
  • Nucleus Connect
  • SingTel
  • M1
  • ViewQwest

2.3 RSP (Retail Service Provider)
The RSPs provide retail services to end-users.

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3. VLAN ID Matrix

3.1 Nucleus Connect

Huawei Echolife HG863 GPON
Management: 4068 (?unconfirmed?)

3.2 SingNet

Internet: 10 (Priority = 0)
IPTV: 20 (Priority = 4)
VoIP: 30 (Priority = 5)
Management: 40

3.3 StarHub

Internet:
  • 1071 - Premium/Ultimate (Priority = 2)
  • 1075 - Elite (Priority = 1)
  • 1078 - Platinum (Priority = 2)
  • 1080 - Supreme (Priority = ?)
IPTV: 1091 (Priority = 4)
VoIP: 1095 (Priority = 1)
Management: 1099 (Priority = 4)

3.4 M1

Internet: 1103 (Priority = 1)
IPTV: NA
VoIP: 1107 (Priority = 1)
Management: 5 (Priority = 1)

3.5 SuperInternet

Internet: NA
IPTV: NA
VoIP: NA
Management: NA

3.6 ViewQwest

Internet: NA
IPTV: NA
VoIP: NA
Management: NA

3.7 MyRepublic

Internet: ???
IPTV: NA
VoIP: NA
Management: ???



Note: Sienna coloured denotes updates made on 14th Feb 2014.
Note: DarkGreen coloured denotes updates made on 27th Aug 2015.

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4. Equipments

4.1 SingNet

ONT: Ericsson T063G
RG: 2Wire 5012NV-002

4.2 StarHub

ONT: Huawei EchoLife HG863
RG: Huawei HG256
RG: D-Link DVG-N5204SP

4.3 M1

ONT: Huawei EchoLife HG863
RG: Huawei HG256s

4.4 SuperInternet

ONT: Huawei EchoLife HG863
RG: NA

4.5 ViewQwest

ONT: Zhone GNID-GPON-2501
RG: NA
ONT-cum-RG: Zhone GNID-GE-2426

4.6 MyRepublic

ONT: Huawei EchoLife HG863
RG: EnGenius ESR9850
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5. Peering

5.1 SingNet
  • SGIX (Direct) @ 01Gbps
  • SHIX

5.2 StarHub
  • Equinix
  • SHIX (Direct) @ ?

5.3 M1
  • Equinix (Direct) @ 10Gbps
  • SGIX (Direct) @ 01Gbps
  • SHIX (Direct) @ ?

5.4 SuperInternet (AS4844)
  • Equinix (Direct) @ 01Gbps
  • SGIX (Direct) @ 01Gbps
  • SOX (Direct) @ 100Mbps

5.5 ViewQwest (AS18106)
  • Equinix (Direct) @ 10Gbps
  • SOX (Direct) @ 01Gbps
  • SGIX (Direct) @ 01Gbps

5.6 MyRepublic (AS132047)
  • SHIX (Direct) @ ?



Note: Sienna coloured denotes updates made on 28th Nov 2012.
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6. Internet Exchange

6.1 SGIX (Singapore Internet Exchange)
6.2 SOX (Singapore Open Exchange)
6.3 Equinix Internet Exchange
6.4 StarHub Internet Exchange

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7. Interconnection Offer

7.1 OpenNet

7.1.1 Interconnection Offer Agreement
7.1.2 Schedule 1 - Residential End-User Connection
7.1.3 Schedule 15 - Charges

7.2 Nucleus Connect

7.2.1 Master Interconnection Offer Agreement
7.2.2 Service Schedule - Residential Per-End-User Connection

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8. Subscription Plans

Google Document for Subscription Plans Comparison - Courtesy of metabaron.
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