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Your landline doesn't know if you are an FTTP customer or not. Some PCP's have been affected MOST haven't. The engineers will get everything back up ASAP.
My landline always is out of order when there's a BB outage, is this normal is what I'm asking for customers who have FTTP?
As you know for FTTP the phone line cable is connected to the modem inside the property and connected via the red end socket which is the same cable used for BB, therefore when BB goes down so does the phone.
So if I take out the red wall socket it disables the phone.
May I ask what PCP refers to please.
by BT modem do you mean your hub and that you have digital voice. if so that explains why phone not working
The phone is back working but still have a non working superhub with the orange light, this would indicate that the lightning has caused an issue with the hub, therefore why they send out a new hub.
If you mean the Openreach ONT then there is no landline, it is fibre voice. Landlines are supplied over copper connections.
Well I have fibre voice then, but I can say that I have two connections on the wall to the modem in the cupboard, red one is the WAN connection that the other end connects to the WAN port in the hub, and the other one is the other end of the BT phone cable.