Hi all, simply put, given the environment of a modem install that I will be doing, an option I have established is to have the FTTP Uni-D port to Modem connection running through a basic Y-splitter, then at the other end, splitting back. Effectively using 1 wall data point for two data feeds, one being the wall NTD > Modem traffic. My question is, how many pairs does the NTD > Modem connection require? 2? or all 4 pairs? What will I notice in terms of experience and speed? I would estimate that I won't get gigabit speed through this which is fine, but NBN 100/40? Speedwise? Cheers.