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To satiate my curiossity, is my VM connection FTTP or FTTC?

I am merely curious, as the brown omnibox on the wall of my house is like a large square, and the white box on the wall in my bedroom is connected to a power socket. The image below isn't mine, I got it from Google Images, but that's what the omnibox on my wall looks like outdoors. There are coaxial cables coming from that white box in my room into my house, and a black cable from the omnibox is clipped to the brick wall outside so it can reach around and enter my bedroom.

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Re: To satiate my curiossity, is my VM connection FTTP or FTTC?

You've got RFoG, which is for all practical purposes FTTP.  That's usually better than the hybrid fibre-coaxial that is most of VM's network, but it does get converted back to analogue coax to connect to the hub, because that's VM's standard termination equipment. 

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Re: To satiate my curiossity, is my VM connection FTTP or FTTC?

Thank you.
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