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Our assets and infrastructure are protected by law. It is an offence to interfere with, tamper with or modify a facility owned or operated by a telecommunications carrier, such as nbn. Any unauthorised interference may result in legal action.
nbn reserves all of its rights in respect to any damage caused to its assets or infrastructure, including all reinstatement and repair costs.
Here are the various types of infrastructure managed by our Relocation Works team.
End User Premises Equipment
Any nbn access network equipment within the end user’s property boundary.
Cable that is run overhead, including either 'nbn overhead' such as distribution cable (running up and down the street) or 'service delivery cable' (running from the street to a premises).
This includes the section of the network that runs from the street pit to the premises.
Pit and pipe
The underground infrastructure used for laying fibre. Conduits are the piping system used for protection and routing of cables and may be metal or plastic.
The optical fibre telecommunications network, owned or controlled by nbn.
The copper-based access network, which is used to provide access to standard voice telephony and broadband services.