NBN Co Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) connection
NBN Co will install with their own staff or with their own contractors a Network Termination Device (NTD) with four data connectors of the type RJ45 marked Uni-D 1~4, and two phone connectors of the type RJ11 marked Uni-V 1~2.
There will be a fibre connection box nearby as well, and a mains power supply unit. Give it some thought where all this equipment is to be installed before the NBN Co techs turn up.
There will need to be a double GPO nearby and the location ought to be suitable for your home router/Wi-Fi to get good wireless coverage of your home. If the NBN Co lead-in cable and the optimal place for your Router/Wi-Fi are not in the same spot, you may need to have a data cable installed to link the two.
Unless otherwise advised, your Vantage Broadband Internet Service connection will be on port Uni-D1. This is an RJ45 connector which will connect with your own home router Wide Area Network (WAN) port.
Your home router must be setup for an Ethernet WAN. Many ADSL home routers can be switched between ADSL/VDSL or Ethernet WAN but cannot do both simultaneously. Some "Muli-WAN" home routers can do multiple Ethernet WAN simultaneously and provide automatic failover and/or load sharing. Some cannot do Ethernet WAN at all, and are therefore not suited for your NBN connection.
Your router Ethernet WAN needs to be setup for PPPoE with as Internet realm "vantagebroadband.net" and with the login/password credentials as supplied to you with your subscription. Once your home router is connected to the Uni-D port, the public IP address, the network mask, the gateway address and the DNS server address will be automatically supplied to the home router.