You said in an earlier post "Having got FTTP connected on the basis that I would be future proofed...."
With respect, I suggest doing any such thing was the precise opposite of future-proofing. You should only have done that if you needed it at the time. And by "need", I mean it was vital to have it.
There is no such thing in the IT world or the internet as future-proofing. The nearest on the internet at the moment is perhaps IPv6, but in twenty years time or less that could quite possibly run out of addresses. At least for use in the way currently envisaged.
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