Dana Mon, 21 Jun 2021 10:20:28 +0100, Woody <harro...@ntlworld.com
> On Mon 21/06/2021 09:43, Nikolaj Lazic wrote:
>> Dana Mon, 21 Jun 2021 03:40:55 +0100, Brian Gregory <void-invalid...@email.invalid> napis'o:
>>> On 16/06/2021 22:32, Nikolaj Lazic wrote:
>>>> Connect it to any 'phone socket at your home that used to provide POTS.
>>>> They are all connected in parallel.
>>>> Just use a standard phone cable to connect that phone socket on your fresh
>>>> device to the nearest socket that you used to connect standard phone.
>>> That only works if the connection (possibly via a filter) to the actual
>>> line has been removed.
>> That is what I wrote. His complete house is in parallel. If they gave him
>> fiber, than he does not have connection to the outside world. But internal
>> network still works.
>> But I thought that that device would make all his old phones as voip
>> But he wrote that he received a voip phone from them.
>> Is it necesary to hav voip phone while that box has POTS connectors on it?
> No. A VoIP phone connects by Ethernet directly into the network. If the
True... but if he wants to use his old POTS network it would be great
if he could connect his whole POTS home network (all connected in
parallel) to the POTS connector on the voip box. And than all his old
phones would act as the same voip phone. :)
That is what I did with my ADSL with voip on it. It has two POTS connectors
on it and transfers these to voip from my provider.
I connected one RJ11 to one part of the house and second one to another
part. And whole "POTS network" stayed the same, parallel connection.
I just plugged RJ11-RJ11 from the ADSL device to my phone socket and
connected whole POTS network to my ADSL device serving as a voip device.
> box has a POTS connector on it (most likely a RJ11) then all that may be
> needed is a replacement RJ11-RJ11 cable instead of the RJ11-local POTS
That's what I'm talking about. :)