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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 95561 8-Jan-2012 00:53
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I`m thinking to get a second broadband connection into my house. I do know a second broadband requires another lines.

However I`m not sure how many lines coming into my house.

So is there any way to find out how many lines my house has?

Cheers

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  Reply # 565976 8-Jan-2012 00:59
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Look around the outside of your house and there should be an ETP which is where the lines come in from the street. Open it up and see if there are 2 pairs (ie 4 wires) If its relatively new you should have a second pair spare and even if not it should be ducted so wouldn't be "THAT" hard to bring another pair in.







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  Reply # 566133 8-Jan-2012 16:40
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Zeon: Look around the outside of your house and there should be an ETP which is where the lines come in from the street. Open it up and see if there are 2 pairs (ie 4 wires) If its relatively new you should have a second pair spare and even if not it should be ducted so wouldn't be "THAT" hard to bring another pair in.


Thanks a lot 

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