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PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2005 9:56 am    Post subject: LNP is complete! Reply with quote Back to top

My LNP took 15 days. Now I am connected and hardwired. All I'm waiting for now is for them to confirm my 911. So far Vonage is working perfectly and couldn't sound better over my FIOS.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2005 3:48 am    Post subject: Re: RJ45 to RJ11 Reply with quote Back to top

dkohl wrote:
Bluejay00 --

Did you find a solution to the question you posted about converting the RJ11 from the Vonaage/Linksys router to RJ45? I have the same issue and need to go through the patch panel since all the other phones in my house are connected through this panel.

Hoping you can save me a lot of work/frustration.

dkohl


Guys your going to need to change over your patch bay wires and then you allways have the "loose" RJ11 in a 45 jack. Simply purchase a CISCO RJ45 to RJ11 Adapter. Thats how I solved the issue. I even got em cheep on eBay. If they are still available grab em and no more issues.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2005 3:51 am    Post subject: Re: RJ45 to RJ11 Issue Reply with quote Back to top

Bluejayoo wrote:
I purchased a Linksys router with built in Vonage capabilities. It has two RJ11 phone jacks on the back.

All of the phone lines in my house use RJ45 cable (its new construction). In each room the RJ45 cables terminate into a wall socket that will accept either a RJ45 or RJ11 plug.

In my wiring closet there is a RJ45 patch board where all of the phone lines connect to the outside line. This is also where the cable lines attach (same patch board), and my cable modem and Linksys router are located here as well.

I want to connect the RJ11 port on the Linksys router to the patch board so that all of the phones in the house work. I tried creating an RJ45 to RJ11 cable, but either that concept does not work (though I can't figure out why), or I am making the cables incorrectly. When I attempt to connect my home made cable, I can hear a really high-pitched noise something like a dial tone on the phones, but the line doesn't respond when I try to press any numbers (it just keeps whining.)

I know the cabling and patch boards work, since I have had land-line phone service prior to switching to Vonage. I am something of a newbie to all of this, so I would appreciate any suggestions or recommendations anyone could offer.

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e="dkohl"]Bluejay00 --

Did you find a solution to the question you posted about converting the RJ11 from the Vonaage/Linksys router to RJ45? I have the same issue and need to go through the patch panel since all the other phones in my house are connected through this panel.

Hoping you can save me a lot of work/frustration.

dkohl[/quote]

I had the exact same issue solved it with crossover adapters, plug and play or you can allways change over your patch bay wires and then and then still have the "loose" RJ11 in a RJ45 jack. Simply purchase a CISCO RJ45 to RJ11 Adapter. Thats how I solved the issue. I even got em cheep on eBay. If they are still available grab em and no more issues.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5837487316
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2005 4:14 am    Post subject: Thats all fine and dandy, but... Reply with quote Back to top

Sounds like you guys have it under control exept for one thing...

NEVER, and I mean it, attach your Vonage adapter to you house wiring unless you have removed the Telco's lines from your homes existing patch!

Having the line voltage hit the box could cause serious damage!

Otherwise, making breakout boxes and cables are pretty easy as long as you match the pinouts Wink

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