The phone company has installed, throughout the house, shielded Cat 5 cable with 4 sets of wires. One is used for phone service, while each of the other three is terminated with what looks like a plastic sleeve imprinted Dolphin (just in case it makes a difference...).
I have a wi-fi broadband router on the second floor (physically connected to two computers); I also have another computer in the ground floor den which is currently wirelessly networked with the others. The phone company's breakout box is in the basement, naturally.
For various reasons, I would like to physically network the first floor computer. Ideally, I would like to install in the router room a wall plate with an RJ45 jack, with a patch cord connecting to the router. Currently, the Cat 5 terminates in a standard RJ11 jack. The same would go for the ground floor den; there, however, the Cat 5 terminates in a wall plate with a coax F-type jack at the top and a standard RJ11 at the bottom.
So that's the question - how do I approach a project like this? In particular, how do I go about making sure that, while I go two floors down and then one floor up, I am still connecting the same set of wires to the appropriate terminals in the router room, the breakout box and the den? What type of tools would I need to accomplish this?