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Topic # 143886 30-Apr-2014 15:43
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Hi there,

I have a new ADSL install pending in a house with multiple jackpoints. However, I just want 1 line directly to my router as I have no need for the other points or a phone. I've traced the jackpoint in question to the ETP




The blue and white wires on the right are terminated at the router jackpoint. Is it just a case of using a couple of gel joiners on those two and the white and brown wires from the black cable? Which one to which one?

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  Reply # 1034076 30-Apr-2014 15:45
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Yep!  And you can probably guess which one goes to which one.

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  Reply # 1034079 30-Apr-2014 15:48
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  Reply # 1034084 30-Apr-2014 16:10
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Yeah, looks tidy after I ripped out all the other bits. You can see a bit of it on the left. So white wire goes on the brown right?
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