BT installed right into our building from a node that was already in the street, and connected the cable to H/O';s equipment. H/O then did some full testing and then issued a go live date
Makes sense too, Hyperoptic must have not wanted to do any digging at all.
It's funny isn't it, when Hyperoptic first started I mentioned that this was how it would work but people laughed at me and assured me that Hyperoptic would be digging up pavements and laying stacks of fibre to every building! They could have, sure but it must work out a lot cheaper to do it this way.
Is the problem due to the absence of a ring signal on pin 3?
No because you'd only have two wires going to the main socket. The 3rd wire is only used for extension sockets coming off from the main one. I wonder, however if it's something to do with the ring current, or lack of one. But I guess there must be one?
Edited by Icaras (Fri 04-Dec-15 17:25:09)