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I am living in a house which has ethernet sockets installed in almost every room of the house. These are all connected back to a router which is installed in a locked cabinet located in my garage, which I do not have access to. This was installed by the developer when building the house and home owners are not given keys to access the cabinet. While I was connected to a FTTH service, I was able to utilise all the ethernet connection points within the house to gain access to the internet.
I have now cancelled my FTTH service and am now using a 4G wifi modem router with a 4G sim card as my home internet.
My question is, is there any way for me to be able to use the ethernet connection points around my house if I am accessing the internet via a 4G sim card.
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