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  Reply # 638624 10-Jun-2012 20:59 Send private message

Hello

Thanks
for posting the photos and diagram that's helpful.
I would like to try it out. I like to test stuff first before "endangering" the customers.
But I have telstra Cable which is different. My parents in Kaiapoi have had a hard splitter installed on their phone lines as they have ADSL internet.  I'll see if I can have a look at theirs.
Someone told me once that there is a difference between having the splitter split the pairs for broadband at the primary jackpoint in the house as apposed to having them split the pairs at the demarc? My parents have theirs split at the jackpoint in the house. On the same jackpoint inside the house the bottom BT plug is for ADSL (internet) only and the top BT plug (on the same jackpoint box)is for phones.

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  Reply # 638635 10-Jun-2012 21:17 Send private message

Ford: Hello

Thanks
for posting the photos and diagram that's helpful.
I would like to try it out. I like to test stuff first before "endangering" the customers.
But I have telstra Cable which is different. My parents in Kaiapoi have had a hard splitter installed on their phone lines as they have ADSL internet.  I'll see if I can have a look at theirs.
Someone told me once that there is a difference between having the splitter split the pairs for broadband at the primary jackpoint in the house as apposed to having them split the pairs at the demarc? My parents have theirs split at the jackpoint in the house. On the same jackpoint inside the house the bottom BT plug is for ADSL (internet) only and the top BT plug (on the same jackpoint box)is for phones.


This is a master splitter/filter, it's what most of the posts in this thread have been discussing.


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