I've seen on an Openreach video that they wouldn't deliver FTTP and FTTC to the same premises.
Would this apply to FTTP on Demand and FTTC if they were paired to different phone lines I wonder?
If it would anyone had any experience with getting a '21a Anywhere Road' type address in place? Is it a non-trivial exercise?
Basically what I want to do is have a consumer FTTC service and an FTTP service into a property, the consumer FTTC to serve for residential usage and the FTTP for my home office.
Both will be connected to the same router, which will actually be a Dell PowerEdge server running VSphere with a router OS on one of the VMs bridged to 2 x 2 port Intel Gigabit Ethernet NICs - easily capable of handling the internet connections.