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Standard User Jabes
(member) Sun 15-Jan-12 19:33:47
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FTTC install - moving master socket?


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When I had my phone line connected the BT engineer wired in an extra socket for me. This is actually split off before the master socket so apparently may not ring properly (I wanted it for my router) - and is therefore not an officially condoned method of installation

Now I am going to be getting FTTC installed, I want the modem connected to this socket.

Sounds like I need to get the wiring regularised - what chance the engineer will do this as part of the FTTC install; or should I try and get it sorted first somehow? Any suggestions.

Best wishes
James

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Standard User Zarjaz
(knowledge is power) Sun 15-Jan-12 19:41:22
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Re: FTTC install - moving master socket?


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As long as your chosen ISP orders a 'home wiring solution' with your install, the engineer will be more than happy to do what you want.

Standard User Jabes
(member) Sun 15-Jan-12 20:32:28
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Re: FTTC install - moving master socket?


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Excellent - thanks, I will make sure I get that added to the order. Any idea of how much it adds on to the installation typically?

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Standard User Zarjaz
(knowledge is power) Mon 16-Jan-12 23:52:21
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Re: FTTC install - moving master socket?


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Sorry, pass, if it's a BT Infinity install, then the Home Wiring Solution is usually built in for free.

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