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I will give it my best effort to give you some step by step instructions.

However, there is still some uncertainty because you have not told us where the router will be? Will it be placed in the basement next to the wires? Or will it be placed in one of the bedrooms which has a cable connection? Or are you using dsl? These are all questions that are still left unanswered so my answer will not be aboslutely specific.

If I were you, I'd put the router in a room that has a phone jack and access to the internet in the same room. In my case, I have the router in my living room where I have my cable modem and desktop computer. Then I connected the router to my cable modem and connected a phone wire from port 1 of the router to my phone jack in the living room.

In your case, I am assuming that you have 3 dangling cat5 wires in the basement.

If you want to do this right, I would go to home depot or some home fix it store and buy what they call a "bridge." You can also buy a "110 block" or other similar item. What this does is it allows your phone lines to all be connected in a more secure way instead of simply tying them together and putting electrical tape around it. It's more secure and reliable. You can see a picture of a professional punchdown block in this post:
http://www.vonage-forum.com/ftopic10553.html

Yours will be a smaller version will probably about 8 connections possible since you don't need that many jacks in the home.

If you peel off the outer layer of a cat5 cable, you will see 4 pairs of wires with the following colors: Blue Orange Green Brown. The matching pair will be a striped version of the solid color so Solid blue is paired with striped blue, etc.

For a single line phone, you need only the Solid Blue - Striped Blue pair.

What you will do is get a "bridge" or a "110 block" or some other means of connecting these wires securely and match up all the solid blues and all the striped blue wires so that they are all connected. By the way, a phone wire "bridge" is color coded so you know where to connect each wire.

Once you have them "punchdowned" in a bridge or block, just secure it against the wall and you are all set. Plug in a phone in any of the jacks and it should work once your router has a solid light on line 1. You can have a phone in the same room as the router by getting one of those splitters that lets you share a phone line.

I'd be glad to help you walk through this but I need more information before I can give you any more specifics on how I would do it.



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My new house is wired with home-run cat 5 cabling to each of 3 bedrooms. The wires
Hi DW, Mundy has started you out with some good advice. Just to make sure that
Mine may be a bit more complicated, but here's my 110 punchdown block I installed
Get yourself one of these: http://www.leviton-lin.com/catalog/BuildPage.aspx?BuildPageID=573 a
If your going to be adding more lines in there future, here's a link you might want
I also have a brand new house, no phone box outside..i have a network box in the basement.
When you say "all the jacks inside are working", is that inside the network box?
When you say "all the jacks inside are working", is that inside the network box?
sounds to me like it's a problem between your phone and your router. I had a similar

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