Another call for advice...
With the admirable support from TBB, I've finally got FTTP fibre run into our block of 4 flats ( http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/fibre/t/4386835-fib... ), and am now contemplating how to get from the CSP to the network cabinet in my flat. It's looking like a fairly tortuous route and my concern is the amount of exposed ducting and ethernet cable needed, plus the not very satisfactory appearance thereof, ie, the ever-present domestic acceptability factor.
While I don't know where the telephone extension lead (bear with me) from the master socket to the network cabinet runs, I'm wondering whether it is possible to route the ethernet signal from the ONT via this to the router. If it is feasible, I realise that there would at best be a significant hit on performance. The lead appears to be CW1308 (two twisted pairs) and I reckon it would be between 20 and 10 metres long.
Any chance this might work?