I'm planning on relocating all my AV/Comms to a cupboard under ther stairs.
The installer is going to leave the NTE5 socket where it is and wire an extension, I assyme from the back of the faceplate, to the cupboard. He will use Cat7 cable to wire it up.
Will this be ok given the quality of cable to be used and the relativelty short distance that it'll run?
To be clear, it's not running an ethernet cable. It's a telephone extension using Cat7 cable.
What happens with the filtered faceplate that sits between the NTE5 back box and the faceplate?
I assume he knows what he's doing as he does this for a living and has had no issues before. I just wondered how he does it.
It's not a telephone engineer. It's an AV installer. He is supplying the cat7 cable.
If he is putting a normal telephone socket in the cupboard will I need to connect to the router with a different cable or use a filter to convert the connection to the right plug needed for the HH5?
Ah ok. So is that just a broadband extension? The phone would still connect to the NTE5 in the living room?
What socket goes on the other end of the extension?