How to Wire a DSL Phone Block Connection?

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Just like a standard telephone a DSL line uses only two wires. Digital data is transmitted as a difference voltage between the wires which allows high speed data transmission with minimal loss. A blocking filter is often used to prevent data and voice signals to bleed through an interfere with each other.
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1. Determine wiring route from the outside DSL interface (demarc) box, along the exterior wall and into the computer room, keeping away from power lines and appliances having electric
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You do not need to run any wires. DSL connects directly to the phone jack. You run phone line from the phone jack to a filter, then to the DSL Modem. You can also install a filter
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You only need two wires, but they have to be the correct wires. If the incoming line has green, red, black, and yellow, you connect to the red and green. If it uses white/blue, blue
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I'd also go with Jon's suggestion. You'd have to know where your demarc is, whether the telco owns the junction box where your home wiring emanates from. Then it's a matter of finding
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