I am getting VDSL installed on Tuesday and have been thinking about doing some wiring.
My current main incoming line is located in the garage and I want to extended the main line upstairs to where I want the VDSL jack point and modem.
I was thinking about running 2 lengths of cat5e (as i have it laying around) from the main jack point to the new location and then joining the cables (as per attached crude drawing).
The distance from the road connection to the purposed new connection is around 50-60m and all joins will be done using the typical telephone jelly connectors.
My questions are:
Is this even viable?
Will I have any adverse effects from extending the cable in this way and this length?
Will the chorus guy accept this sort of arrangement?
It was either this or run a single cat5e just as a network cable and leave the modem in the garage, but as my PC and other network devices are upstairs I would really like the modem close.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!