New to the forum. Thanks in advance for your help!
I have a new home that was wired with Cat5 cable throughout that is sent down to the basement into a large phone punchdown. I use VOIP, so this isn't attached to the phone grid. The home is three stories counting the basement.
The modem and N Router are on the second floor. I want to turn one of my existing RJ11 jacks into RJ45 to get streaming Netflix to my BluRay Player. The player is on the first main floor. Will this plan following work and if not what will be best?:
1) I convert the RJ11 keystone jack by the BluRay player to RJ45. I just want one converted now. Probably won't need more than a couple later
2) I convert the RJ11 by the Modem and Router (separate units) to RJ45 keystone.
3) I plug the modem into that keystone jack. THEN I move my wireless router to the basement, pull the other end of that keystone jack off the punchdown, install an RJ45 connector and then plug that into my router. Essentially, I'm increasing the distance between my wireless router and modem to about 30 feet and I'm using the existing Cat5 wiring in the walls to hide everything.
4) From there I just pull the BluRay wire from the punchdown, add a connector and plug that into the router. Voila!?!
I have no idea what I'm doing, as probably detailed in whatever idiot things I said I was going to do above. Any help would be appreciated. I want it done cheaply but I want good speed. I get 15 mbps from my cable modem and a lousy 1 mbps wireless (I'll fix that issue later.)