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What is the meaning of FTTN-BP and FTTP, I need to know more on IP-CO as well.

What is the meaning of FTTN-BP and FTTP, I need to know more on IP-CO as well. Kindly help me with that information.

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Re: What is the meaning of FTTN-BP and FTTP, I need to know more on IP-CO as well.

FTTN-BP: Fiber to the Node - Bonded Pair

FTTP: Fiber to the Premise

IP-CO: Not sure: IP to the Central Office?

 

FTTN-BP means that the U-verse signal comes to a Node (Called the VRAD) near the home, then is carried to the home via two pairs (which are "bonded" to carry the combined signal).

 

FTTP means that the U-verse signal doesn't touch copper until it arrives at the ONT (Optical Network Terminal) on the side of the house.

 

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Re: What is the meaning of FTTN-BP and FTTP, I need to know more on IP-CO as well.

Here is info on what an IP CO is: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.30.4294&rep=rep1&type=pdf

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