The master socket at my house is in the living room, on an outside-facing wall. Currently I have an extension going from the socket back out the same way the phone line comes in and then up the outside of the house (behind a drainpipe....) and then re-enters my office upstairs. Routing it inside would be a pain due to laminate flooring etc.
Now this will no longer do for VDSL, so I'm looking at two options - either using mains ethernet adaptors, or I understand that BT will also supply and fit an extension kit at the time of installing the modem etc.
Any suggestions / pros and cons of either?
-- <br>Neil Barker