Passive Optical Network or PON is one of the widely used technologies in the application of optical fiber. Currently, there are various types of PON, some of which are still in the development phase, including XG-PON. This study designs and analyzes the configuration of XG-PON for FTTH using Optisystem software by considering parameters of the Q Factor and BER values. Two considered schemes are Downstream and Upstream XG-PON topologies with 1:32 and 1:64 splitting ratios. FTTH XG-PON 1:32 Downstream is effective at a distance of 40 - 41 km, FTTH XG-PON 1:64 Downstream is effective at a distance of 23 - 24 km, FTTH XG-PON 1:32 Upstream is effective at a distance of 38 - 39 km, and FTTH XG-PON 1:64 Upstream is effective at a distance of 23 - 24 km. According to the obtained data, the Q Factor for XG-PON is inversely proportional to adding distance, whereas the BER is directly related to adding distance. The proposed configuration can be a reference to develop an XG-PON for further research and deployment.