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Easy IP NGA
Who can use the service?
The Easy IP NGA service is aimed at Operators who wish to offer their end users fast Internet access with minimum initial investments, using the new NGA network and the IP platform of TIM.
In particular, the service is aimed at:
Description of the service
Easy IP NGA allows Operators to provide full Internet navigation services based on the NGAN and the IP network of TIM. The solution is based on FTTCab and FTTH access components integrated with the IP bandwidth provided by TIM through its national and international network.
Operators who purchase Easy IP NGA maintain full management of their end users in terms of offers, contracts and billing, and set up Authentication, Authorization, Accounting (AAA) functionalities through their own Radius server. They can also supply the device at the customer's premises and integrate the solution with services typically linked to navigation (e-mail, domains, security services).
The Operator may ask TIM to activate FTTCab (with downstream speeds of 100Mbit/s or 200Mbit/s) or FTTH (speed 1 Gbit/s) accesses at the premises of its end users. FTTCab accesses are provided on a dedicated “naked” line. The network architecture is illustrated in the diagram below.
On behalf of the Operator, end users are assigned public IPv4 IP addresses consistent with the numbering plan and the availability of TIM IP addresses. The IP addresses are assigned in dynamic or static mode (as chosen by the Operator).
The geographic coverage of the service is based on the Bitstream NGA and VULA platform.
For end user authentication purposes, the Operator must ensure its Radius server can be reached via the Internet over a static public IP address.
The Easy IP NGA service charges a flat fee for each access, including the IP bandwidth (national/international), based on the service profile.
For more technical-sales information on this service, please contact your Account Manager.
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The offer is intended for Operators holding individual licences or general permits for telecommunications networks and services offered to the public, already in existence when Italian Legislative Decree no. 259 of 1 August 2003, setting out the "Electronic Communications Code", came into force (pursuant to Art. 38 of the Code), as last amended by Legislative Decree No. 70 of 28 May 2012, as well as companies holding general permits for electronic communication networks and services, pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 259 of 1 August 2003, as last amended by Legislative Decree no. 70 of 28 May 2012.