Hi all

I know the answer to my question here is likely hidden deep in a PDF somewhere but someone on this list may know the answer off hand.

I see that Bitstream 3a has a 64 MAC limit.

What doesn't seem clear to me is if this MAC limit is a customer ONT port MAC limit, or a MAC limit for the entire customer S-VID. I had always assumed it was a limit on MACs that can be sourced from the customer ONT port but am I wrong? Is it a MAC limit on the total number of MACs that can be learnt over the entire customer S-VID (src'ed from either the provider or customer end of the link)?

I'm extracting the 64 MAC limit from this document here - http://www.crownfibre.govt.nz/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Chorus-UFB-Services-Agreement-Service-Description-for-Bitstream-3A.pdf 

Any feedback, especially this afternoon, would be very useful. Provider is UFF.

I am not really wanting to debate why someone would want that number of MACs over a BS3 connection and why some layer 3 should probably be involved here....