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TOPIC: Modem Line in is RJ45 and Splitter Port is RJ11! What to do?

Modem Line in is RJ45 and Splitter Port is RJ11! What to do? 11 years 6 months ago #7461

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Help! Just purchased Linksys WAG54G ADSL modem/router and can't connect to the OTE splitter! Seems like I need RJ45 on one end and RJ11 or 12 on the other. Is there such a thing? Any ideas?

Any help would be appriciated!

Andreas
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RJ11 to RJ45 11 years 6 months ago #7468

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You can buy these leads ready made from many suppliers. I had a quick Google and was going to post you a link to a supplier but there are just too many! Have a search and select a vendor near you. Or maybe some of our members in your locality can suggest?
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