Re: I Have a Telephony Mystery :-)

I'm in the UK. We have a master phone socket downstairs, and an

> upstairs extension that taps into the main socket by the use of a > splitter plugged into the main socket. The extension plug is an RJ14, > but the splitter's socket is an RJ11 (2 pins instead of 4). > On the downstairs socket, we can use a phone, yet on the upstairs one, > we can't -- we just get no dialtone. But here's the weird thing -- > the ADSL connection works fine when the modem's plugged into the > upstairs socket. Any ideas why that might be? I thought the extra > two pins on the RJ14 were superfluous when you only have one phone > line.

Sounds to me like it's not a normal splitter, but it's your ADSL filter.

Use filter on your main socket and ensure that any telephone extensions come out of the Phone part of the splitter.

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David Quinton
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