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Adding network cabling to an existing flat
Our internet subscription just got considerably faster at the same price - when I ran the router's speedtest, it told me that we were getting between 900 and 1000 Mbit/s to the router. However, from the router to the PC (via Powerline) we're only getting 10-15% of this.
I'm now wondering whether it would be feasible to add network cabling to our flat, which we're renting. I assume it depends on the existing cable ducts, and I've asked property management whether this would be an option.
My question is this: has anyone here got any experience with adding network cabling to an existing flat or house? Is it a major thing in terms of work and costs?
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