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# 259960 2-Nov-2019 12:52
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I recently got a phone installed onto my fiber and the phone plugs into the otn box.
The problem is I would like to use the fritzbox features such as the answering service etc..
I've tried plugging a rj11 to rj45 from the otn box to the dsl/tele on the fritzbox then a phone into my fritzbox, but it still doesn't work.
Any idea how I can get the signal from the otn box to my home network? Is there a setting I'm missing or something?

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  # 2347578 2-Nov-2019 12:58
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Who is your ISP?




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  # 2347581 2-Nov-2019 13:08
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Spark

 
 
 
 


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  # 2347582 2-Nov-2019 13:12
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Spark deliver phone services over the ONT for fibre



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  # 2347583 2-Nov-2019 13:14
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So what you are telling me is there's no way I can put a cable from the otn box into the fritz box and a phone into the fritz box and use it that way?

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  # 2347584 2-Nov-2019 13:16
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@hio77 can confirm more but I don't think so


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  # 2347585 2-Nov-2019 13:19
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2degrees offer phone services via the Fritzbox


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  # 2347586 2-Nov-2019 13:20
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SteveIdol:
Any idea how I can get the signal from the otn box to my home network? Is there a setting I'm missing or something?

 

You can't, ONT interface is ATA (analog telephone adapter).





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  # 2347588 2-Nov-2019 13:24
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But the fritzbox can take an analog In?

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  # 2347590 2-Nov-2019 13:31
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Analog phone can connect to Fritbox. The Fritzbox can use its own SIP client capability (needs to be configured) to talk to a SIP server. Fritzbox can't talk back over an analog phone interface and communicate with a SIP server via the ONT, i.e., an analog phone interface doesn't support an IP stack, it supports analog phone signals (designed in the late 1800s).




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  # 2347591 2-Nov-2019 13:34
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But I'm not trying to talk to a sip server. If I plug my analogue phone into the otn box it works.

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  # 2347592 2-Nov-2019 13:36
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SteveIdol: But I'm not trying to talk to a sip server. If I plug my analogue phone into the otn box it works.

 

What is otn?




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  # 2347594 2-Nov-2019 13:38
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Optical network terminal

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  # 2347595 2-Nov-2019 13:39
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SteveIdol: But I'm not trying to talk to a sip server. If I plug my analogue phone into the otn box it works.

 

 

Fritzbox won't provide a dialtone to any analog phone until its SIP client is configured.




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  # 2347596 2-Nov-2019 13:39
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SteveIdol: Optical network terminal

 

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  # 2347597 2-Nov-2019 13:41
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Hahaha yeha your right..

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