I got some wire that the phone company used as a temp line to the house. I've got two types actually, but they appear to be four wire, NON-Twisted. Can this be used as a network cable? It seems like it might be possible, since DSL runs through it, but I'm not familiar with the DSL signal/frequency etc as compared to standard network stuff. The tech told me the one temp wire is CAT3. It's orange if that matters. He said I should be able to use it. What I'm planning on doing is running a line about 200 ft to my pole barn and setting up a network attached storage out there. Kinda "slightly" offsite storage ( L O L ) to go along with my other backups. I have an electronics background from way back, so feel free to get technical.