Difference between revisions of "Telephone Sockets"

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NTE5.svg|Standard NTE5 socket
NTE5.svg|Standard NTE5 socket
NTE5-Open.svg|NTE5 with lower part removed
NTE5-Open.svg|NTE5 with lower part removed
Unfiltered_Broadband_faceplate_AAISP_Branded.svg|Unfiltered Broadband Faceplate (AAISP Branded)
VDSL-Faceplate.svg|VDSL Faceplate removed for the main socket

Revision as of 13:36, 20 July 2015

Socket Overview


Non NTE socket This socket could be an old style master socket, or it could be a secondary socket. Openreach should not be installing this style of socket as the master socket when installing a new phone line.


This is the 'standard' socket that Openreach will install, it has been the standard since the 1980's. The lower half is removable. Removing the lower half gives access to the 'Test Socket' as well as the connectors

NTE5 Open

VDSL Faceplate

Service Specific Faceplate

Unfiltered Broadband Faceplate (Removed)

Unfiltered Broadband Faceplate (AAISP Branded)

Unfiltered Broadband Faceplate (Installed)