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# 252767 10-Jul-2019 19:04
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I am going to install a master filter on our new vdsl in our new to us house (1990). Here is a photo of a box on the incoming line in the basement. I intend to put the filter here and run a ne wline a few metres to where I want the modem in the weekend. Just now I had a quick look at the wires and there is two pairs of wires. I thought maybe one pair was not needed but if I disconnect either pair I get no dial tone. So now I need advice on which wires I will be connecting to the input of the master filter? I can't quite remember what I did in our last house which I think was similar. Thanks for any advice.

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  # 2274248 10-Jul-2019 19:09
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Black + yellow is primary pair. White + brown is secondary. You may need to try both.




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  # 2274271 10-Jul-2019 19:28
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coffeebaron: Black + yellow is primary pair. White + brown is secondary. You may need to try both.


Great, thanks for your help!

 
 
 
 




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  # 2274779 11-Jul-2019 18:53
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Wired it all in OK, checked the modem and attainable rate has gone up to over 50 from 32 previously, and line rate is at 48 where it was 28. Well worth the small cost and effort

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Haven't looked in to what those other stats are _ snr and attenuation etc

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