After Virgin tried to "take the Street" BT are now offering FTTP (no other Fibre is available from openreach) to our house. Built in 1999 the BT line comes in via a conduit to the front door grey entry point where the copper is joined to the house master socket which was moved by BT into my garage via internal (none visible) wiring.. There is no direct route from the door side conduit to the garage apart from across a large expanse of brick wall with a few internal and external right angle bends. Clearly not Ideal and I caledl BT to ask if I could speak to an engineer prior to the appointment in order to prepare a route, they are "not customer facing" so no go!
So does anyone have any idea of what is allowed regarding the fibre entry, for example I don't think it can bend at 90' so going along a wall then bending through it would not work. I have a cable conduit which it could go through but this would mean a 25m run from the door side grey conduit. Or can it be secured under the lip of a concrete step on it's way to the garage?
The garage is where all of the networking stuff is and in addition even if s/he says "it goes on the other side of the grey entry point mate" there is no power so it will include a wiring nightmare in the hallway.
any comments or help or examples of current install would be most welcome