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When do you get an i3812V/i38HG or a 3800HGV/3801HGV

I've searched through the board and I haven't seen an answer to the question. Is it because of FTTH/FTTP or pair bonding or just copper to the house?

 

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I've searched through the board and I haven't seen an answer to the question. Is it because of FTTH/FTTP or pair bonding or just copper to the house?

 

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If it actually is FTTP/FTTH, then you will get an ONT on the side of the house (fiber termination point), and a 3801HGV or 3800HGV inside.
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For IPTV service (+ Internet and/or VOIP), the following applies:

 

If you are close enough to the VRAD to be able to use just a single line, you will get a 3801HGV or possibly a 3800HGV-B.

If you're far enough where your installation requires pair bonding, then you will get an iNID (i3812V/i38HG/iPSU).

 

 

If you're getting Internet only on a self-install, you will get either a 3600HGV or an NVG510, depending on the service available to you (VDSL or ADSL2+).

 

For IPTV service (+ Internet and/or VOIP), the following applies:

 

If you are close enough to the VRAD to be able to use just a single line, you will get a 3801HGV or possibly a 3800HGV-B.

If you're far enough where your installation requires pair bonding, then you will get an iNID (i3812V/i38HG/iPSU).

 

 

If you're getting Internet only on a self-install, you will get either a 3600HGV or an NVG510, depending on the service available to you (VDSL or ADSL2+).

 

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Edited by HaroldT_1 on Jan 13, 2013 at 5:21:13 AM

SomeJoe7777 wrote:

For IPTV service (+ Internet and/or VOIP), the following applies:

 

If you are close enough to the VRAD to be able to use just a single line, you will get a 3801HGV or possibly a 3800HGV-B.

If you're far enough where your installation requires pair bonding, then you will get an iNID (i3812V/i38HG/iPSU).

 

 

If you're getting Internet only on a self-install, you will get either a 3600HGV or an NVG510, depending on the service available to you (VDSL or ADSL2+).

 


Thanks for the reply SomeJoe. I've had uverse here in the Orlando area since it first became available in my neighborhood in 2009. I have to say that I've only had a few problems and none of them serious, usually just a reboot. All of the equipment is the original although I did add 2 WiFi STB's. My installation is with a 3800HGV-B, Cisco DVR, 3 Cisco wired STB's and the 2 Cisco WiFi STB's, I retired from AT&T in 1998 so I get a good discount. I have copper to the premise. I will be moving to a newly constructed house in a new neighborhood in a little over a month and my understanding is the it has FTTH. I asked the question that I did because I'm curious as to what type of equipment will be used to get the serivce top the RG. I would think the fiber would need some type of power at the house to convert from fiber to copper. 

 

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SomeJoe7777 wrote:

For IPTV service (+ Internet and/or VOIP), the following applies:

 

If you are close enough to the VRAD to be able to use just a single line, you will get a 3801HGV or possibly a 3800HGV-B.

If you're far enough where your installation requires pair bonding, then you will get an iNID (i3812V/i38HG/iPSU).

 

 

If you're getting Internet only on a self-install, you will get either a 3600HGV or an NVG510, depending on the service available to you (VDSL or ADSL2+).

 


Thanks for the reply SomeJoe. I've had uverse here in the Orlando area since it first became available in my neighborhood in 2009. I have to say that I've only had a few problems and none of them serious, usually just a reboot. All of the equipment is the original although I did add 2 WiFi STB's. My installation is with a 3800HGV-B, Cisco DVR, 3 Cisco wired STB's and the 2 Cisco WiFi STB's, I retired from AT&T in 1998 so I get a good discount. I have copper to the premise. I will be moving to a newly constructed house in a new neighborhood in a little over a month and my understanding is the it has FTTH. I asked the question that I did because I'm curious as to what type of equipment will be used to get the serivce top the RG. I would think the fiber would need some type of power at the house to convert from fiber to copper. 

 

Jim 

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I was able to locate this.  Shows the options for all services.  Standard copper, FTTH, and iNID.

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I was able to locate this.  Shows the options for all services.  Standard copper, FTTH, and iNID.

"If you find this post helpful and it solved your issue please mark it as a solution.  This will help other forum members locate it and will also let everyone know that it corrected your problem. If they have the same issue they will know how to solve theirs"

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If it actually is FTTP/FTTH, then you will get an ONT on the side of the house (fiber termination point), and a 3801HGV or 3800HGV inside.
If it actually is FTTP/FTTH, then you will get an ONT on the side of the house (fiber termination point), and a 3801HGV or 3800HGV inside.

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Thank you both for your answers. I does clear up my understanding of the different equipment.

 

Back in the day, 1966 until 1979, I was a PBX installer in Chicago. In the 13 years that I did that I saw quite a few changes to the various telephone equipment and switchboards that I installed. I can remember installing 300 baud computer circuits to various businesses. Times have really changed 10000 times over since then.

 

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Thank you both for your answers. I does clear up my understanding of the different equipment.

 

Back in the day, 1966 until 1979, I was a PBX installer in Chicago. In the 13 years that I did that I saw quite a few changes to the various telephone equipment and switchboards that I installed. I can remember installing 300 baud computer circuits to various businesses. Times have really changed 10000 times over since then.

 

Jim

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