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Of course. Not sure where its sold though. Im sure you can get whatever length you require from a well known auction site if you cant find any on the high street. 

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Message 12 of 15

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Depends on if you get infinity option 1 self install or if you get option 1 or 2 engineer install.
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Thanks for your advice and time Deathtrap very helpfull!!
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If wireless or powerline adapters are not an option for you then the best option would be to run a lengh of CAT6 cable from your house to the garage, that way you can have a wired connection and always place a wireless connection on the end of it if you need wireless in that area.

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Infinity needs to be connected to the master socket and you can only have one master socket.

 

The Homehub you will be given will be the Homehub 5 which has an integrated modem. If you tried connecting it to the garage telephone extension and use a micro filter it might work but you would need to get another HH5. You may also have problems with DLM if you are switching home hubs off and on.

 

A better option might be to run Ethernet cable to the garage and connect a separate router such as TP-Link TL-WR702n wireless N router/range extender which simply connects to the Ethernet cable and will give you a wireless network in your garage. You will not need to switch off the Homehub for it to work.

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