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# 39481 14-Aug-2009 20:54
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This may sound really dumb, but I've just got a splitter.

Has org/white and blu/white

How am I suppose to cable into the line coming into the house?

I've found the first jackpoint in the house, but I'll go have a look out side tomorrow to see where it goes as I want to run some cat5 to the splitter for the adsl jackpoint.

I'm assuming incoming line goes to the org/wht at which point what is the best way to terminate the incoming line, splitter and cat5 (2 wires) going to the jack point, scotch locks?

Likewise with the feed going to the first jack point, just scotch locks sufficient?

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  # 246776 14-Aug-2009 21:12
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Use 3 port scotchlock connectors to joint the incoming line to the splitter orange/white pair and the pair going off to your ADSL jack. Then I would suggest you either punch in the filtered side of the splitter (white/blue) to the first Jackpoint or use 2 port connectors to join up to the rest of the jacks. Good luck.

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