I'm in a fibre first area and they are in the process of cabling my street.
We are currently fed by an aerial cable from a pole and the cable goes directly into the eaves then into a services room in the loft where the NTE5 is located along with my switch, server, ethernet patch panel etc. The loft area is fully fitted out with rooms and a standard staircase, it's really no different from the first floor of a house.
The short 2m or so section in the eaves from entry point of the aerial cable to the room with the NTE5 is partially boarded with restricted head height, and is directly accessible via a door into the eaves from the services room.
So my question is when I do get FTTP installed will I be able to get the fibre drop cable to follow the same route directly into the eaves and then into the services room, with an internal CSP instead of being forced to have an external CSP?
An external CSP would be a bit of a pain as the drop cable would need to be routed down to ground level, then presumably I'd have to route the internal side back up inside the house to the services room?