TCF's "Are you wiring for a smart home?", page 2:
Three Cat5e cables must be fed from the star point, through the wall to the ETP, leaving at least 500mm of cable slack at the ETP and at least 1000mm of slack at the home distributor.
Chorus' "Wiring Homes for Fibre", page 3:
Run the three Cat5 cables from the star point to the ETP position.
I thought that the ETP was a purely passive fibre "connection point" so I don't understand this recommendation of running three copper cables to it. Can someone please explain this to me?