As part of a renovation project, new CAT5 cable (8 strand) was laid from the telecom box and then daisy chained to 5 sockets in my house a couple of years ago. They are connected to the phone line with the blue wires. My question is can I use the exisiting left over wires in the CAT5 cable to route back an ethernet connection from the router lan connection and then hook up to a comp in a seperate room? (via a second socket) Unfortunately only one cable is there & it is not possible to relay an extra cable. Is this feasible and are there any pitfalls ? Is this as simple as adding a second gang socket & then connecting up the coloured strands on the existing daisy chain. If so what colours & can you cannect to more than one socket ie - split a signal ?