Hello again guys.
I'm back now with some updates.
I have purchased the advised product (ADSL-FFP85D)
I didn't want cat5e cable as it's never going to be re-purposed for Ethernet and the cable is too pricey for the needed length and is also too bulky and inflexible for the installation.
I do have a question however;
The ADSL-FFP85D is white and ugly and doesn't match with my decor and as I couldn't really hide it behind furniture I've done something more radical.
I have instead mounted it on the inside of a double sided stud wall. It will be sealed in but I'll modify the wall directly in front of the ADSL-FFP85D to allow access.
What I plan to do then; is install two pretty black nickel sockets one for the RJ11 ADSL (or is it RJ12, I forget) the other for the UK BT phone plug.
I have the phone plate already which is a bonus; so all I need to do is buy the other for the ADSL. I don't really want a double or modular socket; this is actually easier for me as the telephone and modem although close are adequately distant to make one of each more appropriate.
Here is my question / concern though.
As I need to start from the filtered ADSL-FFP85D. Must I splice TWO outgoing wires together to each of the two new extension sockets? Or can I daisy chain one to the other?
NOTE: The ADSL socket, if daisy chained would come before the standard phone socket.
Will that work?
The reason I ask is I already test wired in the phone extension socket's wall-plate to make sure the outputs on the ADSL-FFP85D worked ok and that works for the phone. However; when I connected an external microfilter to the extension socket then the ADSL to that. The internet did not work.
I know I won't need a microfilter beyond the ADSL-FFP85D but it was the only way to physically plug the modem into the standard phone socket.
Am I doing something wrong here?