Anyone knowledgeable about connecting an internet router to a media console (Xbox one)? We use an Xbox as a media server (youtube, Prime music/video,etc). The wifi card quit working in it, so I need to hardwire it. The router is in the office, so I've temporarily connecting them with a Cat6 cable running through the kitchen. I bought a spool of Cat5e, some RJ45 jacks, and a punch down tool today and hopped into the attic to tackle the job. I was using the phone line in the office to identify where to feed the cable when I noticed that it was already a Cat5e cable. Every room in the house has a Cat5e cable running from a junction box to a phone jack (just using 4 of the 8 wires). Since we don't have any landline phones, can I simply repurpose these Cat5e cables to hook the router to the Xbox? My plan would be to identify the cables for the office and TV at the junction box, splice them together using a Cat5e junction, and swap the RJ11 terminals with RJ45. Does this sound like a reasonable plan? I know that the splice isn't ideal, but it seems silly to run new cable and jacks when they are already exactly where I need them.