Another GPON channel goes down and you ‘do not know why’?, Is your OLTs’ rogue ONT detection and isolation algorithm trustworthy?

Rogue ONT within an FTTH Network

Rogue ONT within an FTTH Network

Suddenly, a network operation engineer faces again the unexpected but common situation where another PON channel goes down after a long operational state. At the same time, customers that belong to same PON, call the Customer support office to complain about the poor quality of experience and service degradation they are now experiencing. The situation is getting worse, now it’s not only service degradation, there are also some connectivity failures. Wow, does this sound familiar?

GPONDoctor Whitepaper “How to efficiently detect and isolate Rogue ONTs” explains the methodology to easily identify Rogue ONTs and isolate it from your FTTH network. It is now possible to minimize the impact on your entire network performance, and vastly reducing your OPEX.

How to efficiently detect and isolate Rogue ONTs

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