I need to replace a GPON router (Huawai HG8245H) my ISP gave me. I want to continue using my rb951g-2hnd ethernet router (rock-solid).
I am looking at the Mikrotik GPON ONU module with a hope that I can get rid of the Huawai altogether.
In the specs for the GPON ONU module https://mikrotik.com/product/SFPONU#fnd ... ifications, I see it says all SFP products, all Router OS versions, plug and play. Great! So I should be able to use it in the RB260GS switch I plan to buy https://mikrotik.com/product/RB260GS. So far so good. However, the tricky part is that "all configuration will be done on the ISP side". Long story short, the ISP tech support is quite inadequate. If I get them to do anything, I will have to tell them precisely what to do.
I am wondering what would that configuration on the ISP side include? ONU ID and a password?
In the Huawai specs I see this for the GPON interface:
• Class B+
• Receiver sensitivity: -27dBm
• Wavelengths: US 1310nm, DS 1490nm
• Flexible mapping between GEM Port and TCONT
• GPON: consistent with the SN or password
authentication defined in G.984.3
• Bi-directional FEC
• SR-DBA and NSR-DBA
I am not sure if the physical connectors are compatible and if the Mikrotik GPON ONU module will autodetect the wavelengths.