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Topic # 56771 23-Jan-2010 11:30
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I have naked DSL with no known issues.

I have no line filters and never had with this plan. I suspect no advantage of using them just want to confirm this thanks.

I know you still get the no line tone/beeping if you plug your phone in i was wondering if the filters remove the frequency from these beeps on the line or does it not make any differnce




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  Reply # 292454 23-Jan-2010 12:33
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Hi, you dont require any filters, the filters will not remove voice band signalling (the beep) as this is not a function of a DSL filter.

It however is still an advantage to remove any house wiring from circuit that is not required, this is to eliminate the ill effects of stubs that can effect DSL performance.

Cyril

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