My situation is I have a BT NTE5 socket with a openreach DSL/fibre splitter on it..It was fitted when I had a line fault a few years ago by openreach,but I only have standard BB.
So the situation is I bought a new NTE5 master socket and 5m od CW1308 cable.
I removed the DSL slitter fitted by openreach and resorted the master socket back to its standard way.
I wired the CW1308 cable to pins 2-5 on the master socket and the other end went to the A-B on the new NTE5 master socket and used the ADSL splitter plate on this socket that openreach fitted,this has my router and phone plugged in.
Now my issue is,was I ok using a NTE5 master socket as an extension?
Would it be better if I used CAT6 cable to wire this socket and bin the CW1308 as I want the best set up possible?
Or I have seen CAT6 RJ11-RJ11 DSL cables,would I be better plugging the router & phone back into the master socket and using an extension ADSL cable instead a 5m one?
It's not possible to have the router in the back bedroom due to wireless problems,so I need this 5m relocation of it through 2 thick walls.The master socket is in a really rubbish place!