Airtel fibernet connection - Nokia G140W-C configuration issue

NaveenBangalore

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Hi,
We have taken 4 Mbps speed fiber connection ( Bridge mode) from Airtel and they configured fiber connection with Nokia G140W-C modem and they given IP address too.
If we connect to a single system by putting provided IP it is working.
but problem is unable to configure through TP-Link or D-Link or Digisol router.
Kindly help us is this configuration issue or router issue, if router issue which model router we have to purchase.
Pls share the procedure if you have had any success.
 
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People avg. get 100Mbps with Fiber Connection and They go as high as 1Gbps.

There is no fiber connection with 4Mbps anywhere on this earth (to my knowledge). Infact a company would be stupid to use Fiber Optic Cable if they are giving the speed of 4Mbps only (Bankruptcy is Near)

Re-phrase your question!

Wiki: Fiber-optic communication - Wikipedia
 
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There is no fiber connection with 4Mbps anywhere on this earth (to my knowledge). Infact a company would be stupid to use Fiber Optic Cable if they are giving the speed of 4Mbps only (Bankruptcy is Near)
Companies still offer low speed internet through fiber. Through Railtel/Railwire in Chennai, you can even get 512 kbps unlimited connection for 349 a month. Link : Internet tariff plans | Railwire

However this company is quite idiotic when it comes to plans. All their competitors in Chennai including BSNL offer way better plans. I dumped them last year and switched to BSNL broadband since BSNL scrapped FUP. Now BSNL is offering me 12 mbps unlimted on copper for 249 a month.
 


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Yeah it's idiotic. But let me say until you have personally experienced this? I wouldn't believe it either because they have mentioned multiple ways of delivering the internet except for the FTTH below in this page only which you have shared.

It has Ethernet, Coaxile Wire both listed as the ways apart from FTTH. I don't think they are using FTTH (until you can confirm it with your own experience physically).

I still stand on my point!
 
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I have used Railwire delivered through a fiber connection. Of course, I didnt personally use the lower end plans. But all the plans available shown in the website are available through fiber. I have confirmed this though my LCO.
 
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I wouldn't believe a word of what LCO is saying. Because, Fiber and FTTH are two different things. Hathway is a Fiber Network if you say that. But how they provide the connection is by the cable wire (coaxile). Excitel does the same with Ethernet.

That's not the true Fiber Connection is.

And, I think someone who manages the rail-wire has better authority on the company than LCO and if the company's website mentions the same, I wouldn't believe what LCO has to say.

There is a difference between FTTH and Fiber Backend. What Fiber Connection means is the FTTH not Fiber Backend.

For your reference, I have screenshot this:


I've been dealing with multiple ISPs and the term "Fiber" looks very magnificent when you want to sell connections. None of them would ever tell you the reality. So the least person you should trust about the stuff if you are not sure about them "is to trust LCO". They sell you the cow dung saying it's a Fiber.
 
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