NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, the NBN, says it has not been approached by Adelaide-based Internet service provider Internode about fixing the issues that a user in North Salisbury, South Australia, is facing, with constant dropouts on his HFC connection.
The best option for NBN Co after 2022 — when the network rollout is completed — would be for the government to retain it for at least 10 years as that would bring it the most benefit from its investment, a network expert says.
A user of the Whirlpool broadband forum has identified what he thinks is a possible reason for the regular very short dropouts that HFC NBN connections suffer, and says this may become a much bigger problem in the future.
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