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Topic # 151256 19-Aug-2014 12:42
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G'day Folks

 

I'm in Wellington

 

Currently have a copper phone line and use a Vodafone 4G mobile WIFI for internet access at home.

 

House is 1920s build.

 

Chorus has started laying UFB past the house and I'm looking to hook into this.

 

I assume whichever ISP I end up with will arrange for the connection from the street but won't attend to wiring/cabling inside the house.

 

Having used a mobile WiFi for years, I have no idea what I might need/should have by way of cabling, etc inside.

 

I want to retain the copper phone line.

 

What do you folks suggest?

 

Can anyone recommend a good installer?

 

Thanks n cheers, Gobit

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  Reply # 1111292 19-Aug-2014 13:56
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They'll put the fibre termination equipment wherever you like, within reason. Just make sure you can put a WiFi router beside it and you can keep using WiFi. Of course if you want the best performance you'll want to run a cable to your major PCs.

What part of Wellington are you in? I used a general electrician who had a guy who does data for my most recent work.




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  Reply # 1111305 19-Aug-2014 14:22
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Thanks Timmmay.

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Cheers, Gobit

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