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Questions regarding incoming packets at optical splitter from optical line terminator (OLT)

Technically, there's no copying to the various strands. With PON, the splitter is a passive, unpowered unit that optically splits the downstream light into multiple, weaker rays. Each 1:2 split ...
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ONT-Less GPON wth Cisco ISR

Possible? Maybe. There are various ONT-in-a-SFP modules out there. [GPON, XGS-PON, EPON...] I don't know of any "approved" by Cisco, or DT for that matter. And I've not heard of anyone using ...
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Are optical Gigabit SFP modules backwards compatible with 100Base-Fx?

0/100M Single mode WDM 20Km Tx1550nm/Rx1310nm That's actually for the 100BASE-BX10 standard (-Downlink variant), boosted to 20 km. You can buy those SFP modules from some vendors. 100BASE-LX10 uses a ...
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Sharing GPON infrastructure between multiple service providers

The general situation is normally called Local Loop Unbundling and is a significant legislative issue in lots of jurisdictions. You might care to read https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local-...
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Sharing GPON infrastructure between multiple service providers

Ultimately I see three options. Have re-patching facilities downstream of the splitters and re-patch customers onto a different splitter when they change provider. Have the OLTs (and possibly the ...
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