NBN™ Multi Technology Mix

Description
Optical fibre is connected all the way to the premises. The network boundary point is the UNI port on the nbn™ connection box inside the premises.

What can affect the connection speed?
There are many factors that can affect the speed of your service. Click here to learn more.

Installation
nbn™ equipment is installed by an nbn™ installer and the customer connects their CPE to the nbn™ connection box.
Learn more by reading the Preparing for nbn™ Fibre guide. Note: OntheNet NBN services are delivered without battery backup.

Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)
An nbn™ compatible Ethernet router is required. If also using VoIP, a router with VoIP built in is recommended.

Legacy Network Disconnection
Up to 18 months after the region became ready for service.
The legacy network is the network/s that are being replaced by nbn™ which includes the Telstra copper and Telstra HFC networks. Pay TV services are not disconnected.

What does the nbn™ Fibre (FTTP) equipment look like?
NBN Fibre Equipment
The grey shaded area in the above diagram is the additional space reserved for the battery backup installation. OntheNet services do not include battery backup. The nbn™ connection box shown is designed for use inside the home and business. If your installation requires an external nbn™ connection box your device will differ to the one shown above.

Description
Optical fibre connects to a node in a nearby street. Coaxial cable connects the node to each premises. The network boundary point is the UNI port on the nbn™ connection box inside the premises.

What can affect the connection speed?
There are many factors that can affect the speed of your service. Click here to learn more.

Installation
nbn™ equipment is installed by an nbn™ installer and the customer connects their CPE to the nbn™ connection box. Learn more by reading the Preparing for nbn™ HFC guide.

Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)
An nbn™ compatible Ethernet router is required. If you qualify for one of our “national” plans (ie. you are located outside the Gold Coast) the router must support VLAN tagging. If also using VoIP, a router with VoIP built in is recommended.

Legacy Network Disconnection
Up to 18 months after the region became ready for service.
The legacy network is the network/s that are being replaced by nbn™ which includes the Telstra copper and Telstra HFC networks. Pay TV services are not disconnected.

What does the nbn™ Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC) equipment look like?
Installation with existing pay TV or cable internet service:

Description
Optical fibre connects to a node in a nearby street. Copper connects the node to each premises. The network boundary point is the first wall socket within the premises for a single dwelling and the customer side MDF for a multi dwelling.

What can affect the connection speed?
There are many factors that can affect the speed of your service. Click here to learn more.

Installation
An nbn™ installer connects premises to nbn™ node. The customer connects their CPE to telephone socket within the premises. Learn more by reading the Preparing for nbn™ FTTN guide.

Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)
An nbn™ compatible VDSL2 modem/router is required. If you qualify for one of our “national” plans (ie. you are located outside the Gold Coast) the router must support VLAN tagging. If also using VoIP, a modem/router with VoIP built in is recommended.

Legacy Network Disconnection
Up to 18 months after region became ready for service.
The legacy network is the network/s that are being replaced by nbn™ which includes the Telstra copper and Telstra HFC networks. Pay TV services are not disconnected.

Description
Optical fibre is run to an nbn™ DSLAM that is connected to the building’s MDF. Internal cabling completes the connection to the end user premises. The network boundary point is the customer side of the MDF.

What can affect the connection speed?
There are many factors that can affect the speed of your service. Click here to learn more.

Installation
An nbn™ installer connects the premises to the nbn™ network via the MDF using existing in-building cabling. The customer connects their CPE to a telephone socket within the premises. Learn more by reading the Preparing for nbn™ FTTB guide.

Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)
An nbn™ compatible VDSL2 modem/router is required. If you qualify for one of our “national” plans (ie. you are located outside the Gold Coast) the router must support VLAN tagging. If also using VoIP, a modem/router with VoIP built in is recommended.

Legacy Network Disconnection
Up to 18 months after region became ready for service.
The legacy network is the network/s that are being replaced by nbn™ which includes the Telstra copper and Telstra HFC networks. Pay TV services are not disconnected.

Description
Optical fibre connects to a node in the telecom pit located outside the premises along the street kerb. Copper connects the node to the premises. The network boundary point is the first wall socket within the premises for a single dwelling and the customer side MDF for a multi dwelling.

What can affect the connection speed?
There are many factors that can affect the speed of your service. Click here to learn more.

Installation
An nbn™ installer connects the premises to the node and an nbn™ connection box is installed inside the premises. The customer connects their CPE to the nbn™ connection box.

Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)
An nbn™ compatible Ethernet router is required. If you qualify for one of our “national” plans (ie. you are located outside the Gold Coast) the router must support VLAN tagging. If using VoIP, a router with VoIP built in is recommended.

Legacy Network Disconnection
Up to 18 months after region became ready for service.
The legacy network is the network/s that are being replaced by nbn™ which includes the Telstra copper and Telstra HFC networks. Pay TV services are not disconnected.

What does the nbn™ Fibre to the Curb (FTTC) equipment look like?

Description
Wireless signal from an nbn™ wireless tower is received by a fixed antenna on the roof of each premises.

What can affect the connection speed?
There are many factors that can affect the speed of your service. Click here to learn more.

Installation
nbn™ equipment is installed by an nbn™ installer and the customer connects their CPE to the nbn™ connection box. Learn more by reading the Preparing for nbn™ Wireless guide.

Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)
An nbn™ compatible Ethernet router is required. If also using VoIP, a router with VoIP built in is recommended.

Legacy Network Disconnection
The legacy network is not being disconnected in Fixed Wireless areas.

What does the nbn™ Fixed Wireless equipment look like?
NBN Wireless Equipment