Below I will give a summary of Bell Aliant Service from my point of view (this is the way I want it setup, there are better ways, ie router handling TV and Internet). This is not the same as Bell Service in ON/QC (different VLANs, PPPoE, etc).
-> vlan 34/36 home hub 3000 via WAN OR copper SFP
Fibe SFP -> ubqiuiti radio ->ubiquiti radio -> switch -> switch -> vlan 35 pfsense
This is how I normally run it. The homehub 3000 looks after TV, pfsense looks after internet. Home phone service does not work with this configuration. Note that I have everything set up to filter the vlans through with priority bits for TV vlan.
I have also run it like this (without pfsense):
Fibe SFP -> ubqiuiti radio ->ubiquiti radio -> switch -> switch -> vlan 34/35/36 -> homehub 3000 (HH3K) via copper SFP
This gives full TV/Internet/Home phone. The only thing that is not 100%, There is an error on the front of the HH3k that says cannot connect, errror 4110. Note that priority bits on the vlan are carried through my switches. So this is a stock configuration (from my point of view), but I still might be missing something. But does it matter if everything works? I worry there could be another vlan no one has talked about yet. I am unable to sniff the traffic at the Fibe SFP, this would give the answer.
I set it up in this stock configuration to get the home phone working. It would not work until I gave the HH3K internet access. Now that I have turned off internet again to the HH3K, it seems to keep working.
There have been many questions on the SFP WAN port of the HH3K, well this works:
FiberHal for Cisco GLC-T Copper SFP Module, Gigabit RJ45 Mini-GBIC 10/100/1000M Auto-Negotiation Data Rate, 1000Base-T SFP Transceiver, Reach 100m
I could probably put the HH3K behind pfsense and forward some ports for home phone to work. Home phone is talking to a 10.x.x.x ip, so probably not a big deal to make it work.
So in summary:
1. The above works.
2. Copper SFP works, be picky which one you buy.
3. Are vlans 34/35/36 the whole story or is there one more?
The local Bell Aliant techs have been great wot work with.