Hi everyone, sorry if this is a bit of a weird question but here goes...
There's an oldish PCP in my area that has a grey pole of about the same height as the PCP. I thought it could be a capped off lamppost but I don't think so. I was wondering whether it has anything to do with BT, and if not whether anyone could shine some light on it.
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In fact to my eyes on the second picture it looks like the generic BT logo without any piper/globe.
SCP, secondary cross connection point , a flexibility point that sits between a PCP and DP in the external network architecture , not every DP is fed from a SCP most are fed from a PCP, lots of them are not used as a flexibility points anymore, they are 'cut out' the incoming cable is permently connected to the outgoing cable (connected straight through)
I would think it's unusual for a SCP so close to a PCP