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  Reply # 1376479 30-Aug-2015 16:52
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get someone to look at the wiring, its a small price to pay for what could be a large increase in download/upload speed

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You got naked broadband from 2Degrees and want to use phone on your other jackpoints? You do realise that naked broadband includes

 

VoIP instead of a POTS/landline phone service??

So... get someone to cut the other jackpoints from the outside landline and then feed the modem's voice output back into the internal phone wiring going to the rest of the house. Basically the modem creates a phone signal instead of the signal coming from the exchange, so you need to insert the phone signal back into an internal network thats separated from the exchange. 2degrees don't seem to be very clear about this when you talk to them, at least it took them a while to tell me the options when I called them with similar questions.

Decided not to go with naked broadband myself because I would like to keep at least one phone working through a power cut.




Qualified in business, certified in fibre, stuck in copper, have to keep going  ^_^

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