Why? Cos I want to relocate a NAS to a different part of the house. There's no network there so I'm going to have to run some cables. If I'm running Ethernet inside walls I'm going to run two or three as that's easier than doing it all over again in the future. But what if I can future proof by running a single fibre?
Obvs, my network is currently gigabit Ethernet running on Cat 5e. So what would I need to convert that into light, send it around the house and turn in back into Ethernet for the NAS?
Or is this just madness?
[Edit for typo]
Edited by Woolwich (Thu 04-Feb-21 11:46:17)