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Wavelegth connection - unmanaged expectations

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Hello Experts,

I am with a customer and this client has signed an agreement with ISP to provide wavelength connection from their computer room to a remote site.

My question on this is what do I expect from the ISP to do for this client, the agreement is for unmanaged connection.

Can I pass trunk connection from the computer room to the remote site?
Do I need to ask the client to bring his own hardware?

Any feedback will be helpful.
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Usually an ISP connection would be an Ethernet handoff, but if this is a point to point conection, it could be also be lit or dark fibre.

You need to determine exactly what has been ordered, and what the handoff is.
Habib ZNetwork Solutions
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Now the ISP told me that the work is up to the fiber patch panel and they will energize the SC ports thats all. No patch cord will be provided.
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From what you have described, that could be anything between a 10Mb fibre connection, to a DWDM connection, the only information is that it is provided on SC connectors on a fibre patch panel.

Until you have confirmation from the ISP on exactly what they are providing, it is not possible to suggest anything else.
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