Disadvantages in terms of implementation: the traditional GPON OLT, mounted on the rack, is too large and too heavy. It is difficult to implement a small ISP and has little flexibility.
Management issues: Many operators do not have the necessary experience to successfully manage GPON and OLT.
Poor maintainability: Some GPT OLTs are too complex for Internet service providers to solve their own hardware problem.
The compact design TP-Link OLT provides a flexible solution for all service providers and provides support for a variety of management tools. The dual design of the redundant power supply provides carrier-class reliability and easy maintenance.
High flexibility and capacity
The compact design makes the TP-Link OLT more flexible, but with a supported 1:128 split ratio, it can also provide high capacity for ISPs.
The TP-Link OLT is designed with a redundant dual power supply, and supports AC, DC or mixed power inputs, providing greater reliability to ISPs.
TP-Link OLT technology supports CLI management, SNMP-based EMS management, Web administration, ITU-T G.984.4 / G.988 OMCI standard, which can manage remote ONTs from the software. It also provides easy access to the Console port and the Management port.