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    RJ11 to RJ45

    This is a discussion on RJ11 to RJ45 within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; My adsl faceplate is on and older ADSL NET5 box adsl version 1.0 so i have a standard phone and ...

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      RJ11 to RJ45

      My adsl faceplate is on and older ADSL NET5 box adsl version 1.0 so i have a standard phone and RJ45 on the main faceplate.
      My question is can i run rj45 cable from the faceplate to an modem faceplate for my modem. And would this reduce noise say on a 30m run?


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      RJ11 will plug directly into an RJ45 socket - try it an see.

      Basically RJ11 is 4 pin and RJ45 is 6 pin.

      The RJ11 plug goes into the middle of the RJ45 socket so there is an unused socket pin on either side of the plug.

      So just use a standard RJ11 to RJ11 cable.

      Works fine.

      Cheers,

      Nigel

     

     

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