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I didn't use the generator I used emulation.

Didn't know the generator was a thing, however the emulator gave the same response FS did so looked like same algorithm.

Unfortunately I have no idea what SN the device thinks it has, it doesn't seem to use the new one I gave it or the initial one.
 
Amy (from alibaba) got back to me as looks like the LTF7267BH+ is back in stock... But at $355 (plus postage, I guess) is too much for me...
 
Got my HiSense Transceiver, trying to make sense of the config which seems a bit complex. Although @x_term said on his first post that "It was sufficient to set Vendor ID and PON serial according to the ONT given to you by CF and OLT emulation mode to Adtran" so maybe I can skip a lot of that config? Anyone done this before?
OK I found this later in the thread which basically should be all I need I think:

On the HiSense everything is defined in a text file which is /config/scfg.txt.
In this I specified the following:

Code:
STRING CFG_ID_PON_VENDOR_ID = ADTN;
INT CFG_ID_PON_VSSN = 0xSERIALHERE;
STRING CFG_ID_PON_OLT_TYPE = ADTRAN;
 
Got my HiSense Transceiver, trying to make sense of the config which seems a bit complex. Although @x_term said on his first post that "It was sufficient to set Vendor ID and PON serial according to the ONT given to you by CF and OLT emulation mode to Adtran" so maybe I can skip a lot of that config? Anyone done this before?

Nice one 👍🏼 how much did you eventually pay? Only asking , as as per above , I was also quoted $355 + postage and duty . If reasonable, mind sharing which supplier you got it from ?
 
hello folks
I bought GPON-ONU-34-20BI from fs.com but It didn't work with Huawei OLT and the fs.com confirm me that and then I bought LXT-010S-H from LEOX and it's work great with Mikrotik RB5009

 

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Unfortunately I have no idea what SN the device thinks it has, it doesn't seem to use the new one I gave it or the initial one.
Stupid question, does the device show the SN when booting if you have UART connected & ready?

LXT-010S-H from LEOX and it's work great with Mikrotik RB5009
Nice :) Glad you have a working setup! the top 5 patch leads in the pic make me sad though :D
 

this youtuber is pretty good with full details on how to configure it, he uses the Leox module.
1Gig max with this right? 10Gig alternative?
 
1Gig max with this right? 10Gig alternative?
this one is a 2.5gb not a 1gb module. i dont know if you can use a 10g module on gpon and tbh it would be a waste of money unless you are on XGS-PON.
 
this one is a 2.5gb not a 1gb module. i dont know if you can use a 10g module on gpon and tbh it would be a waste of money unless you are on XGS-PON.
Im on XGS I believe. 3/3Gbit with CF. This one is 2.5 Down, 1.5 Up I think?!
 
Im on XGS I believe. 3/3Gbit with CF. This one is 2.5 Down, 1.5 Up I think?!
ah yes, CF does use XGS so you can get a 10gig module and do this. Your link on it should be 8bgps down and up but capped to 3gbps as that is what CF has as a plan. Best to ask someone on CF that has done this instead of me, im on Openreach which uses GPON sadly :)
 
do you mind doing a post about how to configure it?
i use this command on telnet
/etc/scripts/flash set GPON_SN HWTCxxxxxxxx
/etc/scripts/flash set GPON_PLOAM_PASSWD 1234567890
nv setenv sw_custom_version0 V5R021C10S146
nv setenv sw_custom_version1 V5R021C10S146
/etc/scripts/flash set HW_HWVER 16ED.A
/etc/scripts/flash set PON_VENDOR_ID HWTC
/etc/scripts/flash set GPON_ONU_MODEL HG8240T5
/etc/scripts/flash get OMCI_OLT_MODE
OMCI_OLT_MODE=1
/etc/scripts/flash set OMCI_OLT_MODE 1
/etc/scripts/flash get OMCI_FAKE_OK
OMCI_FAKE_OK=0
/etc/scripts/flash set OMCI_FAKE_OK 1
mib commit
reboot
 

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