I disagree as I have been informed otherwise.
You are aware that Openreach employees get things wrong too? I have seen more than one instance of this in the past months, from the CEO downwards.
** FTTC demarcation rules are as follows - The NTE5 is the Network Termination Point of the Openreach access network within the end userís premises, although Openreach also maintains the active NTE. The active NTE is the FTTC VDSL modem and will be located close to a power source and the desired service location. The active NTE can be located separately from the NTE5 and can be connected via Data Extension Kit (DEK) cabling up to a length of 30m. Any Openreach-installed data extension wiring comes with a one-year warranty and becomes the end userís property.
Ė Self Install SSFP?
Ė CP-owned Active NTE?
Seems a bit strange to be discussing the possibility of CPs owning an active NTE when giving them to end users, nor mentioning specifically that the data extension wiring becomes the end user's property rather than, say, everything after the NTE5.
Did you ask for this information from nga.enquiries? In my experience I've received some quite dubious info from them at times.
EDIT: I'll ask a contact from Openreach about this, see if he can confirm. Have been liaising with him over a few issues so he should be able to supply reliable information.
Edited by Ignitionnet (Sun 06-Jan-13 22:55:04)