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Re: [SLUG] ADSL with two pair cable [slightly OT]



I have a multi pair cable comming into my place, there doesn't seem to be
any noticable interference from the ADSL enabled line to the other lines.

For ADSL you just connect the ADSL modem straight into the line,
To use a normal phone, fax, modem etc,  you need to use a double adapter,
and then a filter (supplied with most ADSL modems) on the lead going to
the phone.

-Vince


Howard Lowndes wrote:

> Most domestic premises have two pair cabling which allows two separate
> services.
>
> 1. Has anyone any experiences with cross talk from an ADSL enabled pair
> over to the other non-ADSL enabled pair, or between two ADSL enabled
> pairs?
>
> 2. Is the Telstra offering splitterless or bandpass filtered?
>
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