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  Reply # 523384 20-Sep-2011 08:55
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I would pull the wires out and put them into a 12 port surface patch panel


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  Reply # 523605 20-Sep-2011 15:53
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richms: 6 way plates are too tight to work with IMO, both installing them and actually getting your finger between plugs to pull them out.

I would pull the wires out and put them into a 12 port surface patch panel, loop thru a few sockets at one end to make your ones to jump for phone (say 9-11), use one of them for the unfiltered DSL (12) and the rooms on 1-5. Then use the pair splitters on the outlets you want to have analog phone available on.


Any suggested brands/models?

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  Reply # 523609 20-Sep-2011 15:56
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Hi, PP-MINI12-C5E, third to last item here

http://www.cablesdirect.co.nz/catalog/entry?page_number=2&entry=100

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