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RJ11/RJ45 connection 6 years 7 months ago #33659

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I am looking for an adapter that will take 2 rj11 inputs and put it into a rj45 to send over a cat 6 cable. Trying to reduce the number of jacks needed. The 2 inputs (each 4 wires/2 pair) can go over the cat 6 (8 wire / 4 pair) and we will resplit the signal at the other end. Anyone seen an adapter/connector/coupler like that? Appreciate any help tks
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Re: RJ11/RJ45 connection 6 years 7 months ago #33660

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Are you sure a 66 block and a punch down tool won't work? I'm betting you'll save money because those connectors your talking about don't sound cheap.
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Re: RJ11/RJ45 connection 6 years 7 months ago #33661

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It might..
but currently in an office we have a spare RJ45 connection with cat6 wiring. Devices coming in (4 line phone) with 2 rj11 connections coming out. (rj11 1 for lines 1/2 and rj11 2 for lines 3/4). Do not have 2 jacks avail and prefer not to rewire if possible. Just need the signal to go across the cat6 and then we will punch down to the appropriate location for the actual lines 1 thru 4. (4 2-pair lines - basic phone technology).
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Re: RJ11/RJ45 connection 6 years 7 months ago #33662

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What your talking about doing is traditionally done with one of those blocks. I honestly don't know of the adapter that your talking about (but I'm sure it exists in some form). But if you really don't want to break open a cable you can use a setup like this:




Or

(The device is called a breakout box and to note you can get breakout cables)



Personally I'm a fan of the 66 block because well over time if you use adapters you end up with a rats nets.
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Re: RJ11/RJ45 connection 6 years 7 months ago #33668

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Re: RJ11/RJ45 connection 6 years 7 months ago #33670

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I think the last picture is exactly what I am looking for. Where did you find that? I have found something similar but not one with the combined line 1/2 and 3/4 connection which is perfect. Thank you very much
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