When your Google Fiber system is installed, the Installation Specialist uses a wall plate to cover the hole drilled to bring the fiber cable into your home. The small box attached to the wall plate is called a Fiber Jack. The Fiber Jack (GFLT100, GFLT110 or GFLT300) is an Optical Network Terminal (ONT).
Your Fiber Jack will look different depending on its model number
|Model GFLT100||Model GFLT110||Model GFLT300|
Power your Fiber Jack
The fiber cable from outside your home attaches to a special port on one side of the Fiber Jack. The GFLT100 has a power cord that plugs into a standard electrical outlet. The GFLT110 and GFLT300 both get their power from the router and don't require a power cable.
Troubleshoot your Fiber Jack
Google Fiber uses open source components (some of which are licensed under GPL). You can find our repository of open source code at code.google.com/p/gfiber.