My current ADSL2+ modem sits in the kitchen near the phone outlet there, and is best placed to suit all the wifi demands of the occupants. However, we will be getting a new HFC connection into the house because the conduit supplying the existing copper phone lines to our southern garage wall is blocked. The sub-contractor has buried a line under the driveway, under the front lawn and under the rose garden so that the new box sits on the norther wall outside the front lounge. That site is some 8 metres away from where the current modem sits.
I have spent some time this morning online and on the phone with various Telstra Support personnel, none of whom could answer my question. The last consultant asked his supervisor who told him that the Modem would be installed as near as possible to the junction box on the outside wall.
That was not what I wanted to hear. I wanted to know if I could have the new modem installed where the current modem is sited. Does anyone in the community know how much internal cabling Telstra will provide with a new nbn connection?
Yours in confusion and/or hope!
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