Being in a rural area, for a number of years our only internet option was DSL. Recently, cable internet with speeds nearing 1 Gpbs had been extended in our area, but only to where our gravel road meets the county road, just a quarter mile away from our house. The quote from the ISP for running it along our gravel road to the house was $36,000.
Fortunately for us, one of the cable ports along the main line was placed at the edge of our property, 700 ft away from our house. It was just a matter of running it that distance while keeping the speed and keeping latency to a minimum.
As this is too far for a single ethernet connection, we decided to use fiber optic cable instead. However, the equipment needed to be remotely powered. To accomplish this, we set up the equipment as shown below.