Quick question, with a "Connection and Wiring" ADSL install from Telecom I end up with a dedicated Jackpoint labelled ADSL, now this is, I believe, a standard BT jack. From recent experience most ADSL modems come with a cable that has RJ11 connectors at both ends (I seem to recall some years ago the cable was RJ11 one end and BT jack the other). So the question is, do I need to use a filter as a BT jack to RJ 11 converter as obviously I cannot plug RJ11 into BT jack
I've had a splitter hardwired and have a dedicated ADSL jack. But the modem cable is RJ11 both ends. Had a quick look on DSE and I can pick up the correct cable for $15.00 or so. I'm sure the old M1122s used to come with a BT Jack/RJ11 cable (yes it's been a while!)
If you have a filter, use it. The RJ11 socket is not filtered it will function as an adapter, only the BT socket where you would plug a phone in is filtered. I'm not going to get into the nitty gritty of the whole thing but trust me it will work. The RJ11 side of it is just an adapter.