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Re: FTTP rate changing
« Reply #15 on: March 15, 2021, 01:58:03 PM »

The powers that be did FTTC in An t-ņth Leathann (Broadford) which is five miles away from me, but my village of Heasta got forgotten.

I looked at IDNetís website: says I can have 100Mbps FTTP for £400 pm or gigabit FTTP for £600 pm. I donít think my financial director is going to go for that. And it warns me that there may be construction charges in the unquoted installation fee. I donít know how big a static IPv4 block you can get with that from them.
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Re: FTTP rate changing
« Reply #16 on: March 21, 2021, 12:32:04 PM »

@Tickmike I doubt if I shall ever live long enough to see FTTP  ;)  I just realised how totally ignorant I am about it and how thereís a story to be told. So self-education. Hope thatís alright?

Have a look at this page. It seems to talk about a lot of the islands around Scotland. Are any of the areas mentioned near to you?

https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2021/03/scotland-unveil-fibre-broadband-rollout-to-15-islands-via-r100.html

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The Scottish Government (SG) has today named 15 islands under the contract for LOT 1 (North Scotland and the Highlands) of their £579m Reaching 100% (R100) project, supported by BT (Openreach), that will gain access to faster broadband ISP speeds via new subsea fibre optic links.
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Re: FTTP rate changing
« Reply #17 on: May 06, 2021, 11:50:44 AM »

The powers that be did FTTC in An t-ņth Leathann (Broadford) which is five miles away from me, but my village of Heasta got forgotten.

I looked at IDNetís website: says I can have 100Mbps FTTP for £400 pm or gigabit FTTP for £600 pm. I donít think my financial director is going to go for that. And it warns me that there may be construction charges in the unquoted installation fee. I donít know how big a static IPv4 block you can get with that from them.

You'd highly likely have to fill out a form explaining your requirements for public IPv4 if you wanted a /26.

It is basically guaranteed that you'd be kicked back with your current usage of the address space.
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Re: FTTP rate changing
« Reply #18 on: May 08, 2021, 01:48:43 PM »

While I'm thinking about this many business broadband services will provide a /29 - 5 usable addresses. Presume this would be enough unless you've loads of services running that are being accessed from outside your network.

Opens up the field considerably.
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