There are no devices other than the OR modems licensed/approved for connection to the Openreach VDSL2 supply from the cabinet.
You are as well aware as I of the specification required for that approval, which will not be relevant anyway until the VDSL2 system is opened to third-party modem connection.
Specifically,the first three paragraphs of Section 2.4 of this SIN
. All SINs being primarily for CP information.
The contract for the supply is between the CP and Openreach. As such, Openreach are no doubt empowered in that contract to remove service from a line with equipment they have not themselves tested for compliance, if they become aware of such equipment being used. The SIN in itself is not part of any contract, so the absence in it of a ban on other equipment is not indicative of permission.
The seeming absence of any stipulation about this at the moment by ISPs to their end users is a matter between them and the user if service is withdrawn by Openreach. I accept this eventuality is highly unlikely.
I submit you already fully understood this, and think you are just playing games of no benefit whatsoever to other forum users looking for realistic
advice on what they can and cannot do.
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