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post #5 of (permalink) Old 2016-02-11, 03:28 PM
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Expanding on what Paolo suggested, if your DSL modem is not located at your service entry you could wire the incoming DSL signal to use the line 2 wire pair of your house wiring, disconnect the line 1 pair, and then at your DSL modem you hook up a jack or adapter to use line 2 to feed the DSL. Then your ATA plugs into any phone jack, and your line 1 wire pair throughout the house is connected to the ATA, and completely disconnected from Bell. If your DSL modem is right at the service entry, then you don't need to worry about the different plug in the DSL, and keep the rest of the house wiring separate.

I did something similar in my last house.
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