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Network Pair splitter into telephone port

KevNn2

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Jun 25, 2007
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#1
Is it possible to wire a cable from a network pair splitter into the back of a normal bt phone socket??? If so what is the wiring configuration to do so??
 

danzil

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Jun 29, 2007
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#2
what is it exactly you need to do..please explain in more detail.....
be aware of the implications of wiring into the back of the BT box you need to be an authorised BT engineer or get permission becuase BT own those boxes.(i may be wrong,,,but we need to get permission when we wire adls,voip etc).
regards
danzil