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Message 11 of 15

Re: Digital Voice & Yale House Alarm

It's much simpler with FTTP, simply disconnect the incoming wires from the master socket and then connect the master socket to the hub green socket using the double ended cable.

If FTTP is available to you, it's a no brainer to move to it. Better speeds and reliability.

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Message 12 of 15

Re: Digital Voice & Yale House Alarm

Thank you. I’ll take another look at FTTP and see what price I’m looking at.

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Message 13 of 15

Re: Digital Voice & Yale House Alarm

In the interim, assuming your alarm has a BT plug, a DV adapter as previously suggested should sort you out.

BT DV Adapter

Although there still seems to be a separate issue if an analogue phone plugged into the SH2 doesn't work.

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Message 14 of 15

Re: Digital Voice & Yale House Alarm


@Jumanj wrote:

Thank you. I’ll take another look at FTTP and see what price I’m looking at.


For a given package, prices are the same regardless of being delivered by FTTP or FTTC, plus you get the full pacjakge speed as line length isn't a governing factor.

Only the higher speeds unavailable to FTTC are more expensive.

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Message 15 of 15

Re: Digital Voice & Yale House Alarm

Just connected my Yale EF-kit2 to the new router with a Digital Voice Adapter. This plugs into the mains, plug the alm phone lead into it,  and that’s it.