I'm a long-time lurker of the forums but never registered until today as usually all the information I need is right there for me, but right now I'm looking for some knowledge.
Our workplace is on an EO line, approximately 3.5km from the exchange. The exchange itself is going through the FTTC upgrades at the moment with all its cabs being upgraded, which obviously doesn't apply to us.
Now for my query, the fibre pipe which feeds the exchange comes right past our workplace, I mean literally RIGHT past. If I stepped out my office right now I could throw a stone to it. Northern Fibre Networks laid the new pipe about 6 weeks ago.
I'm assumed this is a big-fat no, but thought I'd ask the question: can FTTP tap in theory into this? I'm assuming not, and the fibre would have to come to us from the exchange, but thought it'd be worth the ask. If there was a slight chance of this being capable I'd be calling BT within a heartbeat.
Thanks for the help!