Captain Ned wrote:I'm assuming you have no access to the understructure, right?
Any chance you can vampire some power off of that wall heater?
JustAnEngineer wrote:Running new telephone cord through the walls is just as easy as running new ethernet cables.
Airmantharp wrote:I'd be inclined to follow JAE's recommendation as the easiest/safest, but for the best connection you may consider running power in the opposite direction (through the wall) for a DSL Modem. DSL isn't great technology, I'd want to keep the extra lengths involved to a minimum.
Even better and harder, I'd cover that plug with a flat plate, and run a new shielded phone cable from the source to the other side of the wall or wherever you want it. Just don't put it in the attic, you're going to want direct access to thing .
Majiir Paktu wrote:Run it up the wall, across the ceiling and down the other side?
rcs2k4 wrote:I didn't think about using the heater's power source. It's hard wired, bit i'm sure you could split the cable down to power both the heater and a single socket (It's not like it's got to run anything to heavy, just a router!) ??
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