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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 10 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 10 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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