Reply to post: Re: There is no N in NBN

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Re: There is no N in NBN

ACCC was acting in accordance with the legislation. At the time Conroy could have stepped in, but he refused to acknowledge that there was even a problem,even when the NBN Points of Interconnect and the future of competition blog post by Simon Hackett clearly identified the issue.

Fibre fanbois ignored the evidence and acted as cheer squad for Conroy.

> This will NOT be an NBN until traffic can get from Perth to Sydney without leaving the NBN network.

The NBN uses virtual circuits to deliver traffic from the end point direct to the RSP. If you are connecting to your neighbour's computer and you are on the same RSP, the packets will still travel to the RSP via the PoI and back again.

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