Sorry if this has been asked before. Currently my router runs off an extension connected to the master socket in the kitchen. Attached to the master socket is another extension into another room which has a phone attached. I also have a phone on the master socket.
Recently, we have been having problems with our connection dropping out. We have had BT round before to remove the ring wire and around that time I purchased 3 adslnation micro filters, dramatically improving the connection.
I was wondering, is the fact that a filtered faceplate filters the connection 'at the source' likely to provide any benefit to my connection? Due to the awkward location of the master socket I would still have to run the router off an extension, and I believe filtered faceplates allow this to be done by allowing one extension to remain 'unfiltered'.
Thanks all for your help, you have been a god send over the years!
TL;DR: I am looking to solve dropped connections once and for all by fitting a faceplate. I am already using top of the range adslnation filters - is there much point?