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On 14/11/13 16:50, Neil Winchurst wrote: > My problem is that the main BT socket here is just inside the front > door, in our small entrance hall. I do have a phone connected there, but > there is just no room for a desk and computer. So I have my router > connected by a cable to a phone extension line in a room upstairs. Is > that going to cause a problem? Only the VDSL2 modem actually needs to be near the NT5, it also needs power. The router connects to this via regular CAT-5. Though if likely to require drilling any holes best get it installed before BT Openreach turn up.
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