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# 120938 19-Jun-2013 11:47
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Every time I take a phone call at home the internet is cut off. After the call is terminated the internet comes back up. This has happened for a while. Does anyone know if this is something wrong with the wifi modem, phone line or something else?

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  # 839198 19-Jun-2013 11:47
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This is a problem with your home wiring. You either need a filter installed, or the filter is installed in the wrong position or you should have a master splitter installed.




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  # 839205 19-Jun-2013 11:51
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Either that or your cordless phone is using the 2.4Ghz band (as some older ones do).  But it's more than likely the first one.

 
 
 
 


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  # 839208 19-Jun-2013 11:54
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Is there a lot of static on the line? Try listening to the dial tone, this can be a good indicator of poor wiring affecting the phone line.







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  # 839212 19-Jun-2013 11:58
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freitasm: This is a problem with your home wiring. You either need a filter installed, or the filter is installed in the wrong position or you should have a master splitter installed.


Yes, I have got filter for each jackpoint that's in use

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  # 839217 19-Jun-2013 11:59
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Dangnabbit you beating me to saying you need a Master Filter.

Depending on if you are in AKL or WLG we can point you to our local Geekzone master filter installers CoffeeBaron (AKL) or Cyril7 (WLG) as they do a great job.

Also email me pl at telecom.co.nz with your home phone number and I can run a line test to see what the story is.  But I would say it is most likely internal wiring requiring a master filter.

But there has been a lot of rain recently, that can play hell on the lines.



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  # 839221 19-Jun-2013 12:00
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HowickDota: Is there a lot of static on the line? Try listening to the dial tone, this can be a good indicator of poor wiring affecting the phone line.


There is lots of noise on the phone line occasionally.

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  # 839226 19-Jun-2013 12:04
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My guess is either one of those filters has gone faulty, or no longer connected, or there are too many filters (how many are there), the real answer as mentioned is to get a master filter installed

Cyril

 
 
 
 




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  # 889814 4-Sep-2013 17:04
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Sorry, I have been away.

I found out that my nephew add another phone without connecting to the filter . It's all good now.

Thanks for your help. 

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  # 889817 4-Sep-2013 17:12
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aha001: Sorry, I have been away.

I found out that my nephew add another phone without connecting to the filter . It's all good now.

Thanks for your help. 


Get a master filter and it would never be a problem again. And you would probably get a significant increase of speed.

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  # 889827 4-Sep-2013 17:31
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plambrechtsen:
aha001: Sorry, I have been away.

I found out that my nephew add another phone without connecting to the filter . It's all good now.

Thanks for your help. 


Get a master filter and it would never be a problem again. And you would probably get a significant increase of speed.


and half naked pretty people will feed you grapes, and fan you with palm leaves.....
Actual results may vary,

But seriously new Master Filter/In line Splitter = happy connection = easy to troubleshoot in future.

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