I'm getting BT Infinity installed next Friday and just wanted to query a couple of things. We currently have a CAT5E cable running from the back of the master socket to the study where it terminates into a standard BT phone socket, where we use a filter dongle to connect our current ADSL2 router.
However, on the right hand side of the socket is an RJ45 connector, which is CAT5E going up to my room. The question I have is, when BT come to install fibre, will they be able to just fit the new style socket downstairs (where the master socket is) and then connect the existing CAT5E to the data extension port and change my connector upstairs from the standard BT connector to an RJ45? Would the openreach engineer be happy doing this or not? If they didn't change the socket type upstairs, could I still use my old ADSL microfilter to plug the modem into the BT style socket or some sort of converter?
Hopefully this makes sense. I can post some pictures if that makes it easier to understand.
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