This page is about trying to improve your adsl connection speed and some of the things that may help improve your adsl performance. In order to check whether improvements can be made to your adsl connection speeds, take a reading of your router linestats from its original location, then take another set plugged in to the test socket.
Please note that the master socket is the demarcation point between BT's equipment and your own.
To test your adsl connection from this point either use either an inline adsl filter or one of the cables that is normally used with a 56k modem.
Unfortunately, the ring wire can also act as an antenna, picking up interference from other electrical equipment in and around the house. To disconnect the ring wire, carefully pull the wires out of the IDC terminals numbered 3 and 4, leaving only wires 2 and 5 connected.
Whilst you are doing this, look at where the remaining wires are connected to the IDC block.
Adsl filters have their own capacitor, therefore taking the ringwire out of the loop still means that your phones will ring. Terminal 3 is for the bell wire, whilst terminal 4 is attached for neatness - neither of these 2 wires are required for modern telephones. An adsl filtered NTE5 faceplate is the most efficient form of filtering available as it separates voice and adsl data at the point of entry to your property and and also negates the need for separate inline filters around the home.
Using a punch down IDC tool or Krone Inserter, firmly push down on the wires so they are secure in the IDC terminals. Like many homes these days, I have cordless phones with a base station which means that my telephone extension sockets are redundant - Except that is for the extension to the computer room where my router is located.

To give my connection the best possible chance I decided to use CAT5e cable to the extension which fed my adsl connection.
To do this I used a modified BT adsl NTE5 faceplate available from Clarity which has a 6-way IDC connector. Although I haven't done so, this adapted faceplate also allows you to run filtered telephone extension via the normal way using terminals 2 + 5 if I should wish to do so at any point in the future. I'm lucky being on a short line and able to sync at the full 24Mbps, so for me the main benefit was the ability to hide the cable easier rather than having CAT5 sticking out of the socket..
The iPlate is for NTE5 master sockets and has a 22mH choke which is intended to filter out interference that would normally be picked up on the bell wire*. The Interstitial Plate is designed for self install without the need for any wiring, or changes to the existing cabling, nor any special tools. The i-plate is not compatible with the new (2007) NTE5 faceplates marked Openreach which already have a bell wire choke installed. Important note :- The i-plate does not separate voice and adsl data and still requires the need for separate adsl filters on each telephone device.
The 22mH inductor acts as a simple low pass filter which passes the low frequency ringing signal onto the third bell wire, but blocks the majority of the higher ADSL signal from passing through. BT have been installing the NTE5 since 1981, but there are still many homes which have Line Jacks as the master.
Some properties, particularly those where the drop wire enters the property via the loft, may also have a block terminal at the point of entry to the property which then leads to the master socket. Star wired systems are often those that benefit most - often dramatically - by disconnecting the orange ring wire from the master socket and all extension sockets (see above).

Its important to remember that whilst you are allowed to remove the ringwire, that the demarcation point is the master socket and that anything before this point is the property of BT and should not be tampered with.
You are NOT allowed to replace any old style master sockets with an NTE5 socket yourself, and this should only be performed by a BT Openreach engineer.
However there is a way in which you can legally fit your own NTE5 line box, and that's by making the NTE5 an immediate extension of the master socket and locating the new NTE5 line box next to the old non NTE5 master linebox. In summary, the line connection points on the rear of the NTE5 unit are two screw terminals labeled A and B.
The photograph on the right shows an NTE5 faceplate with the ringwire disconnected, and tucked out of the way.
The modified plate has two additional terminals marked A + B which can be used to run a dedicated adsl connection using CAT5e cable neatly hidden away. Some users have reported it makes a difference but it really depends on the type of cable used.
The Master socket can be identified by unscrewing the faceplate and seeing which socket which has the yellow ring capacitor. Connect extension wires 2 & 5 from the Master to these terminals, and you now have a working NTE5 line box to do with as you will. Proceed to deploy the rest of your cabling plans, pretending the NTE5 is really your real master box.

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