I have a BT mk 4 master socket. I've run a Cat6 cable from this vicinity to my kitchen and would like to move the broadband modem there together with a plug in land line telephone. Ive seen RJ11 and RJ45 combined faceplates on ebay, is it possible to use one of these so that I can move my kit to the kitchen?
You need an RJ11 for the broadband, run from the data extension terminals in the master socket and a 431A (phone socket) run from terminals 2&5 in the faceplate of the master socket. You have no need of an RJ45 socket.
Thanks, does anyone make an extension faceplate with and RJ11 socket and a seperate 431A BT socket?
Against forum rules to post a link but 'run-it-direct' supply faceplates and snap in modules of various types.