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Hardware Thread, RJ11/12 socket to RJ45 plug adapters in Technical; Ok well if you're going from a phone socket then into structured cabling you don't need any of those other ...
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    Ok well if you're going from a phone socket then into structured cabling you don't need any of those other adaptors you really just need to convert to cat5.

    I did it by, take cable with bt phone plug on and punch down onto cat5 module this then convert the bt socket to cat5 capable. Then this was patched over the structured cabling and at the other end you just need to do rj11/12 to rj45, simplest to replace the cable on the phone.

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    The phone lines will be going into a FreePBX box at some point though.

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    You only need one set of capacitors and surge aresstors though so if keeping the bt socket that's fine.

    In the future with the free pbx then the cabling will still go from pbx to socket of straight of cat5 to phone?

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    I imagine I'll use SIP phone on desks, so I wont need to patch phone lines anywhere.

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    Ok no worries in case just need to do what I said.

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    Do you mean these Geoff?
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    Thats the ones!

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    Arh, they're called Line Adapter Units ("LAU" is what I searched for)

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    The CPC pages helpfully explain the differences too.

    PSTN - - mastered with surge arrestor
    Secondary - - no mastering or surge arrestor
    PABX - - mastered without surge arrestor



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