What's more important, the location of the openreach modem to the BT master socket, or the router to the modem ?
Currently I'm setup as:
BT Master ---> 10mtr underfloor non shielded CAT5 ---> openreach modem ---> 5 mtr underfloor non shielded CAT5 ---> Router
Currently the end of the 10mtr run terminates in a CAT5 socket and the open reach modem connects to that. The 5mtr run is a long CAT5 cable. This works well and I have no issues.
I'm thinking of moving it around so it will be :
BT Master with openreach modem directly connected ---> 10mtr underfloor non shielded CAT5 ---> 5 mtr underfloor non shielded CAT5 ---> Router
The 10mtr run terminates to a CAT5 socket, so I could plug the 5mtr cable into that, with the other end going to the router.
Would changing it affect anything ? for better or worse ?