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    Connection dropping

    This is a discussion on Connection dropping within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; As rich says its not advisable to tell people to chop wires out without seeing their particular setup. In general ...

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      Re: Connection dropping

      As rich says its not advisable to tell people to chop wires out without seeing their particular setup. In general tho all thats usually required is 1 pair connected to pins 2 & 5.

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      Re: Connection dropping

      thats the one, but before you order, post the pic of your socket and wires (you may not have the very old BT one, it may just be this wire issue)

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      Re: Connection dropping

      Does not look that old
      Sorry abot the pic,its cold in the cellar

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      Re: Connection dropping

      Thats fine, you can fit a filter faceplate to that and all will be well

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      Re: Connection dropping

      mr bt must have forgot his spirit level the day that was fitted


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      Re: Connection dropping

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      Re: Connection dropping

      I guess the filter is fitted to the other end of the extension thats plugged into that ? Or is the router plugged into the hardwired extension ?


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      Re: Connection dropping

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      Re: Connection dropping

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      Thats fine, you can fit a filter faceplate to that and all will be well
      What wires to connect though?

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      Re: Connection dropping

      Brian will correct me if I'm wrong - blue pair on the outgoing hardwired extension ( white wire coming out next to the black drop wire ) to pins 2 & 5. I dont think it matters whichto which as long as they are same at both ends. If you do change that faceplate you will need a long cat5e cable to get up to your router or reposition the router in the cellar, prob best with the cat5e cable.


     

     
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