I have a quick question regarding a BT phone extension for anyone who is proficcient in this sort of thing. I'm not too bad with this sort of networking but I've never set up a line like this before and am wondering if it can be achieved. I have an analogue phone extension that I want to convert from a BT socket to a CAT5 faceplate/module. This is to get rid of the BT faceplate so that I can have the phone extension on a 4x RJ-45 faceplate. Is it possible for me to connect the three strands from the back of the BT socket to three of the 8 on the back of the RJ-45 module and use an RJ-11 cable to connect the phone to the CAT5 module? My main concerns with this are: 1) I don't know which terminals on the CAT5 module to connect the BT line to. 2) This will leave the extension un-filtered which will cause problems with the broadband connection which shares the same phone line that the extension comes from. Another way to do it might be instead of using a straight RJ-11 to RJ-11 cable between the phone base station and the CAT5 faceplate, use an RJ-45 to BT socket converter and then filter that. I'd really appreciate some thoughts on this. IIRC someone here said they were a BT engineer a while back but I can't be sure. Thanks in advance!