Are there any network cabling and/or telephone system experts in here? The company I'm a senoir techie for is due to move office in the next couple of months & there is provisioning in the (newly built) office space for netowrk cabling in the trunking as described as: The trunking has provision to install telephone/data outlets. As for external telephone wiring into the building, apparently there is: underground PVC duct (BT) with draw wire is provided At the moment we have no integrated network/telephone cabling in our current office & it is a mess! Our telephone system is a NTL Centrex system with 7 lines (all linked together on a single telephone system) & broadband by BT on a separate line. Ideally I'd like to get the new office cabled up with network ports (RJ45) in the trunking wired up to a patch panel to make everything neat & tidy. While this is not a big issue just for the data cabling, I have seen (& worked in) offices where the telephones plug into the same RJ45 ports as the computers via a dongle & then back at the patch panel the ports the phnoes are plugged into are connected to a separate (telecoms) switch-type-device. Can anyone offer the benefit of their experience on this?