Currently running wires in a stud wall for home cinema and in process have decided to move ( what I think are) phone points. There are two in total and each jack was originally on the opposite sides of the stud wall.
One box is 2 inches square, made be telepermit and was connected to a single thin white telephone wire coming down from the roofspace. There are 6 punchdown slots. The blue wire was punched into 2 and the white wire was punched into 5.
The other box is about 5 inches long x 2 inches square,is also made be telpermit but has a sticker inside saying Modempak. It has 2 thin telephone wires feeding into it from the roofspace. Again 6 punchdown slots. This time each blue wire from the x2 cables is punched into slot 3 and the white / blue and white striped is punched down into slot 6.
Why the difference in punchdown slots. Im assuming the first is purely telephone but the other has a different use?
Thanks for any tips. I am also assuming I simply recreate the connections in the same slots when I move the wallplates.