- Grandparents have moved into a new house, they have an on premise supplied modem from (insert palmerston north based ISP here), said modem has a VOIP service which can be access via POTS handset by simply plugging in via RJ11 connection.
- After talking to ISP they have said I could get a splitter to attached to RJ11 connection in order to add additional POTS handsets
- Helpfully the electrician has installed only ethernet with RJ45 connections throughout the house
So what are my options here? I was thinking;
RJ11 to RJ45 splitter (is there even such a thing?) ---> patch cords to patchbay ---> wall socket via RJ45 to RJ11 cable/adapter ---> POTS handset
Hmmmm.... what excitement....