Hello, a small business has installed a fibre line to my building, it is a FTTC line so the wiring up to my flat is copper. The engineer swapped the entire faceplate of what was the (inconveniently placed) master socket. I have read a few guides and posts about sending the fibre connection to another socket in the flat.
I understand the pitfalls of losing speed etc. over the copper, but the socket I wish to use is around 3.5 m away form the 'master' so Id at least like to try and then run a speed test on both setups before I think about getting someone in. I also know that the socket I transfer it to will now no longer be used as a phone line - I don't need one.
As can be seen in the pictures below - (first two are the master, last one is the slave Id like to run the router from, with a standard to RJ11 cable) the fibre connection comes in on the two green wires into the master, I have two slave sockets - both pairs of blue wires in the master, connected to the original phone line socket. My question is, on the master socket, do I just krone the two blue wires Id like to transfer the fibre to over the top of the green wires?