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alan_mc
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Message 11 of 21

Re: MK4 Faceplate

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Done 🙂

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Message 12 of 21

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@alan_mc wrote:

MK4 Faceplate gave me another jolt and allowed me to use my phone again on an extension socket without impacting the data connection.  Just waiting on a RJ45 to RJ11 connector coming in the post to see if i can squeeze any more juice.

 

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Why do you need that?

 

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i read somewhere it gives you a little extra nudge from faceplate to modem.  something about original modem cable being guff

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Faceplate to modem is RJ11-RJ11, not RJ45_RJ11

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The home hub plugs straight into the RJ11 broadband outlet, no adapter is needed. I assume that is the way you have it connected?

 

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but can use an rj45 in the faceplate also...no ?

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Message 17 of 21

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sorry, didnt mean adapter. broadband rj11 port on back of smart hub is plugging into left hand side of MK4 faceplate. i read this can take an RJ45 also
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@alan_mc wrote:
sorry, didnt mean adapter. broadband rj11 port on back of smart hub is plugging into left hand side of MK4 faceplate. i read this can take an RJ45 also

No advantage it that unless you are using an Ethernet cable to extend the broadband to a home hub situated elsewhere, maybe if you had a house with structured cabling installed?

 

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ah well, was a cheap one anyway 🙂
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