We are moving into a new office at a unit that has not been occupied before. However it was built and wired in 2008.
We have been installing the network wiring while we await the 5-10 working days required to get the internet connected.
A PDL BT wallplate connector - specifically a 617M2 - is being used to wire to the modem and there is an internal ETP installed - a grey box with a 5 pair connector marked B10014.
I was interested to note that nothing seems to have any capacitors or resistors which I had thought were used to terminate or supress noise. If installed 'as is' we would have 2 wires going straight from the street to the modem. Is this correct or are some bits missing?