NBN Ready Services Perth
Are you NBN Ready?
Welcome to 360 Smart Services, where we focus on ensuring a seamless transition and optimal experience when connecting to the National Broadband Network (NBN). When contemplating an upgrade and connection to the NBN, there are crucial considerations to keep in mind to enhance your connectivity and overall experience. Here are the key factors to inquire about when upgrading to the NBN:
Is your property NBN Smart Wiring ready?: Assess whether your property has the necessary Smart Wiring infrastructure in place to seamlessly connect to the NBN. Smart Wiring enhances the efficiency and speed of the NBN connection, providing a smooth and high-speed digital experience.
Do you have a preferred location for the NBN Modem installation?: Determine the most convenient and effective location within your property for the installation of the NBN Modem. Strategic placement ensures optimal connectivity and ease of access to the NBN network.
Are you aware of the ideal placement for the WiFi Router to optimize your home’s WiFi connectivity?: Understand the best locations within your home for placing the WiFi Router to maximize WiFi coverage and performance. Proper positioning of the WiFi Router ensures consistent and strong connectivity throughout your living space.
At 360 Smart Services, we prioritize your connectivity needs and strive to enhance your NBN experience. Our expertise lies in assessing your property’s readiness, advising on optimal installations, and guiding you to achieve the best WiFi coverage within your home. Let us help you seamlessly transition to the NBN and optimize your connectivity for a more connected future.
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In Fiber to the Premises (FTTP), an NBN Modem is wall-mounted, serving as the central connection point for your personal computer, landline phone, or hard-wired Ethernet Cable. It’s also where the WiFi Router should be connected. During installation, consider the proximity to the nearest power point.
Following WiFi Router installation, if you encounter weak signal coverage in your property, the addition of Smart Wiring Points can enhance coverage, ensuring the best possible NBN service experience.
When utilizing the Fibre To The Node (FTTN) connection, where the existing copper phone line connects to the NBN, you have several options:
- No NBN Technician required for connection; an NBN Modem from your preferred service provider is all you need.
- Once you have the NBN modem, you can plug it into any existing phone socket in your home.
- Choose the ideal location for modem installation within your home, making use of existing phone sockets.
Please note that when you connect the NBN modem to an existing phone socket, the other phone sockets will become inactive. This also applies to Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) connections.
NBN Installation: Essential Considerations
To make the most of high-speed broadband, keep these points in mind:
- Smart Wiring for Your Home.
- Identifying NBN Type: Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) or Fibre To The Node (FTTN).
When Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) is available, you’ll need to decide the optimal placement for the NBN Modem and Backup Power Supply. Typically, NBN Technicians install the modem on the internal wall where the copper phone line exits the ground on the external wall. However, this can be inconvenient if the internal wall is in the kitchen, main living area, or a child’s room, as these are not ideal locations for the NBN Modem.
Please note that changing the default installation location is usually not covered by the Free NBN Connection Service. It’s advisable to know where your current copper phone line enters the house and assess the room behind that wall.
NBN Back To Base Security Alarm Systems and Medical Diallers
If your home or business is equipped with a Back To Base Security Alarm System and/or a Medical Dialler, connecting them to the NBN requires either rewiring or a smart wiring system. When transitioning to the NBN, having an available phone point and a backup power supply for potential power outages is essential.
For Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) connections, this is less of a concern as a separate Landline Phone connection can be requested. The NBN Technician will install the NBN Modem with two NBN Phone Points and a backup power supply. One NBN phone line can then connect to your existing home’s phone wiring, converting it into an NBN Phone line.
It’s crucial to note that many security systems and medical diallers were originally designed as analogue-based systems. While they may still function through the modem, it’s advisable to confirm compatibility with your service provider.
With a Fibre To The Node (FTTN) connection, it’s important to understand that phone points won’t work with service providers other than Telstra. These phone points are exclusively provided to Telstra customers. To utilize the NBN Phone Line, you’ll need the modem supplied by your service provider.
When selecting an NBN Service Provider, inquire about the availability of a modem backup power supply. During a power outage, Back To Base and medical diallers will fail to connect if there’s no backup power supply in place.
Streamline Your Connectivity with Smart Wiring
Smart Wiring simplifies the integration of various types of wiring found in homes or businesses into a single, manageable platform. This approach facilitates the seamless incorporation of multiple smart home systems and sensors throughout your property.
Our Smart Wiring system is designed with a tidy, logical, and standardized structure, ensuring easy access to your wiring and effortless expandability when the need arises.
An illustrative scenario where Smart Wiring proves valuable is when you’re not presently subscribing to a paid TV service but wish to keep the option open. Smart Wiring pre-installs the necessary wiring, making it easy to enable the service without costly retrofits.
In addition to offering enhanced flexibility, Smart Wiring ensures you’re well-prepared for upcoming systems like the NBN.