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    How do I improve my SNR on a Star (spur) wiring systems?

    This is a discussion on How do I improve my SNR on a Star (spur) wiring systems? within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Thanks for the advice. Putting the router in the basement is a non-starter due the lack of power supply and ...

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      Re: How do I improve my SNR on a Star (spur) wiring systems?

      Thanks for the advice. Putting the router in the basement is a non-starter due the lack of power supply and dampness. I think installing a master socket in the basement could be a goer. Will look into this.


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      Re: How do I improve my SNR on a Star (spur) wiring systems?

      Although not in the basement like your situation, I have a friend who used an adsl face plate on this master socket in the garage and then ran a long cable to his router, at least 20m. He had a great signal and a better connection speed that me!! And mine only runs just 1m!!!

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