Newly added documents
To view documents correctly, please use the latest version of Acrobat Reader.
IMPORTANT: If you have difficulty viewing a pdf file you are advised to download it and look at it off line. All documents are security protected and cannot be edited.
SIN 133 has been updated to make minor updates and amendments.
- Section 2 updated as follows:
- Revised overview diagram added
- V.110 removed as a dial service option
- X.25 service removed
- New contact details added to Section 4
SIN 503 has been updated to make general updates and clarifications as part of annual review.
SIN 525 has been updated with DFX State Aid Qualifying Infrastuctire information.
This is the first publication of this new SIN
SIN 506 has been amended to update ONT details, including new 1+0 ONT.
SIN 408 has been updated to add reference to 802.11ax IEEE Standard.
SIN 359 has been updated to make editorial changes to reflect Service re-branding.
SIN 511 has been updated to add support for 10Gbps interfaces and duplication of multicast traffic back to ISP.
SIN 498 has been amended to make the following updates; Section 2.1.3 Clarification of VLAN Tagging Options, Section 220.127.116.11 Clarification of DHCP Port Numbers, Section 2.2.3 Clarification of Upstream priority marking, Section 3.2.3 Clarification of WAN VLAN Layer.
SIN 242 has been updated to remove references to BABT Doc. NV NTR Issue 2 as superseded by ETS 300 001.
SIN 227 has been updated to remove references to BABT Doc. NV NTR Issue 2 as superseded by ETS 300 001.
SIN 489 has been updated to add a note to Section 12 to clarify that the channel numbering scheme used in the Frequency Plan tables refer to the ADVA channel plan and is different to the ITU-T scheme.
SIN346 has been amended to remove section 9 – ADSL CPE test lab.
SIN 480 has been updated to remove references to Bulk Transport Link (BTL).
SIN 169 has been updated to advise that service no longer available for new supply.
This is the first publication of this SIN
SIN 476 has been updated to include 10G ELAN support and 1000Base-T electrical client interface support, both of which are in development and will be launched soon. Also removed Etherway Mobile Access which will not be launched.