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PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 10:20 am    Post subject: Help wire Alarm to vonage Reply with quote Back to top

I've read through the guides on here, but it's not clear where I splice into it. Do I remove the grey and brown wires from the R-1 and T-1 connections? And if so, what wires from the cut phone cord do I use to replace those. Below is a crappy pic of my alarm panel. Any info would be greatly appreciated! Very Happy

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 8:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

What a tangle! Questions: Are the red, green, grey, and black wires connecting to Rng, Tip, R1, and T1 on the alarm panel coming out of the heavy grey cable that plugs into the terminal block?

Where is your Vonage unit going to be? Is the cut off phone cord that you're talking about a cord that you've made up to plug into the Vonage unit?

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 23, 2006 8:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Yeah, it's a mess. Alarm CO did it though not me! Very Happy

As for the wires, I just went up and fished out the end of that gray cable, and it has 4 wires in it. The red/green/grey/black wires coming out of it, and then connecting the terminal block, to the alarm panel.

The Vonage unit will hopefully be right next to the alarm panel. I have my cable modem, and Linksys router mounted right next to the alarm panel. The Linksys then feeds all of my rooms via Cat 5 cabling.

That phone cord I mentioned I thought would be connected from the Vonage adapter to somewhere on the alarm panel, I'm just not sure where and what wires. Hope this helps to clarify things. Thanks for the response!
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I think that pretty well clears things up. Assuming standard wiring, the old POTS service is coming through the terminal block to the grey cable, then via the red and green wires to the ring and tip terminals in the alarm panel. Then it loops through the panel to the grey and black wires and back to the house wiring via the terminal block.

Disconnect the red and green wires from the alarm panel ring and tip terminals and tape the end of each. Then remove the insulation from the ends of the red and green wires on that cut cord that you made. Hook those wires in where the other red and green wires used to be. Plug the other end into the Vonage box and you should be ready to go.

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