By extend I did mean interfering with the BT pair. Oh I've been naughty!
I got fed up of the master socket being in a stupid place. It was in the extension and as such the wifi had to go through the thick external wall & the router was plugged in a 8 gang socket with a dvd player that kept freezing meaning the router kept being turned off and on.
The wifi was totally flaky in so many rooms. I also grew sick of home plugs - hardly convenient when you're using laptops
I was 99.999999% sure that CW1308 was fine but I was considering buying the drop cable stuff with the steel inside.
& BT will be unable to comment. I used external CW1308 cable which I obtained directly from a friend within open reach. I then used a certified junction box. The 3M one step closure from ebay. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/270918958222?ssPageName=ST...
I ran the current drop cable from the front to the side of the house, where I joined the new cable with the junction box. Then CW1308 for about 10 metres to the back of the property. Drilled a hole and located the master in the kitchen... All of the cabling is external
I also used the jelly crimps which waterproof the joint nicely.
The router now has a dedicated socket behind the fridge freezer and is sat nicely on the kitchen counter. From here the wireless signal covers the entire property (which was a big problem before). & Now the router won't be turned off and on whenever somebody needs to use the dvd player.
Edited by ukhardy07 (Sun 01-Apr-12 01:12:36)