You need to use outdoor/external Cat5e or Cat6e.
Ethernet will run a distance of 90M plus 5m tail at each end - in practice it can go further however you need to take care. Cable comes in a variety of gauges 28, 26, 24, 23, 22 with a higher number being thinner. Your distance is 60m to which you will need to add some at each end inside the buildings so you could be approaching 80 or 90 metres by the time it is routed. So select a 24 or 23 AWG cable.
There are two types of cable. PE insulated which gives the water and sunlight protection and the SWA which provides additional armouring. If you are running in a duct (underground pipe) then PE should be sufficient.
The supplier I use: http://www.fscables.com/Data/Structured+Wiring+Cable...
and I would probably choose C5ED unless I knew I needed screened or wanted to move to Cat6e. Cat5e is capable of handling Gbit (1000Mbit) speeds and Cat6e 10Gbit.
At the house end, close to the current modem or switch: Install a standard Electrical backbox with a faceplate mounted RJ45 socket. Terminate the Cat5e into the IDCs on the socket and then use a short patch lead to your existing hub/router.
Install a similar RJ45 in the office.
The first check will be to connect a PC directly to that connection and all should work fine.
Then find a suitable switch and WAP - connect the switch to the socket and you then have 4 or 8 ports available. Connect the WAP to the switch and you have your wireless connection. The switch will multiplex all of your connections onto the single cable - and connect back to the main hub (assuming the hub is capable), at Gbit speeds.
M H C
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Edited by MHC (Tue 16-Jul-13 11:01:22)