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Hi, I recently moved to a new house but there were no telephone sockets in the entire house. There was only a BT junction box with the outside wire connected to it. I had thought of calling in a BT engineer to install a new telephone cable and socket but its expensive and I have recently found out that its better to have cat5e or cat6 cabling and connections. I have read that it improves internet speeds and there is less interruptions with the signals. I had problems in the past with my internet due to the cabling being interrupt by several appliances and neighbours appliances.
Can anyone with good knowledge on telephone installation give a DIY guide on how to connect a Cat5e cable to a BT 78A junction box? I have the necessary equipment ready. Thank you for your time.
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