But I think the OP might be pushing the boat out too soon. Reading all the posts I haven't seen any mention of what speed the OP expects at the point where the line comes in. Residential park homes don't tend to be the best available and depending where on site, can have quite long cable runs to any home on them. 3 metres, you could nigh on string the cables over! But new build, the cable runs etc should have been the first thing planned.
Indeed. I told the guys doing the landscaping around the house to ensure they put a pipe underground from the house, to the shed. They did. But then decided that the electric mains is also going through it, causing me the concern. They now tell me that it is an armoured cable, so hopefully should be ok?? Anyway, seems clarification is needed on what I want here.
In the shed I need broadband connection for 1) Computer and 2) Youview television. I dont care too much about 'speed'. I wont be watching internet telly, the telly net connection is only for system updates and EPG guides etc.
I also need a phone line in there and a terrestial ariel connection for the telly IF as seems now to be the best option, I need to take a broadband cable from my router in the main house it needs to be about 9 meters long. Oh, and if anyone here lives near Buxton, I'll pay em to sort this out for me! PS, don't be hard on me, I'm a musician /songwriter, totally tech dumb.
Edited by cawright1 (Thu 19-Apr-18 19:14:46)