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Topic # 22728 6-Jun-2008 13:12
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Hi,

I havent done a new phone point in years..... so what im after is the wiring diagram for adding another jackpoint to my existing phones - I do have a central filter for ADSL so dont know if that complicates things or not.

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  Reply # 135975 6-Jun-2008 13:38
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Jackpoints by numbers here.

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  Reply # 135987 6-Jun-2008 14:23
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  Reply # 136043 6-Jun-2008 18:10
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I think threads like this alone suggests that NZComms perhaps should change their name.

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Reply # 136138 7-Jun-2008 08:35
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Exactly. People don't realise "NZ Communications" is the name of a company launching a mobile service in New Zealand to compete with Telecom and Vodafone.

"NZ Communications" sounds just like a forum for people to discuss... NZ communications stuff.

Actually I am moving this discussion to the LAN configuration forum where it'd probably get more replies.

People, please post in correct forums, otherwise you won't get the replies you need/want!




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