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Message 11 of 14

Re: Upgrading master socket

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Message 12 of 14

Re: Upgrading master socket

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Please remove the links, it is against forum rules to post links to e-commerce sites.

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@bayardmm wrote:

Since I posted my original question I saw an item about the openreach nte5c socket. I know I may be over egging the pudding, but would that be a feasible solution?

 


It would be, but simply replacing the lead is cheaper, easier and more reliable as the NTE5c is a cheap and nasty device.

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@bayardmm wrote:

Since I posted my original question I saw an item about the Openreach nte5c socket. I know I may be over egging the pudding, but would that be a feasible solution?

 


It would be a waste, and you would not use the phone outlet. Just use a convertor lead, or if you want to keep using the microfilter, put it on a short  phone extension lead, out of the way. The microfilter does not do any filtering on the broadband side, so you are just using it as a convertor.

Like this, about £3.

World of Data 2m BT Telephone/Phone Extension Cable

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