I am getting 1GB fibre optic (Hyperoptic) installed soon. They said they will get the fibre to my cupboard at our building's doorsteps and from then will run a cat5e cable into each of the 3 flats in our building. I have had 2 servers and all computers located across three different floors of my flat upgraded to 10 GB fibre cards and interconnected via fibre. I don't use cat cables anymore for my local network. I therefore would very much like to have the fibre coming right into my flat so I can plug it right into the network and also have the freedom to just reposition it wherever I want later on using fibre.
1) What do I need for this? What should I ask the installer for?
2) Can I plug Hyperoptic's fibre optic right into my computer fibre cards or do I need a special fibre modem in-between the fibre card and Hyperoptic's fibre?
3) I want to have the freedom to upgrade the wifi router anytime I want as technology evolves, I don't want to use Hyperoptic's router (I currently have a 802.11ac router which Hyperoptic doesn't offer). For this purpose, do I need a fibre modem device? If so, what is the best one you recommend?
Thanks for any guidance on this matter.
Edited by lolabora (Wed 17-Sep-14 16:38:52)