From: ADyson (ADyson_at_Rogers.com)
Date: Wed Jul 06 2005 - 10:45:42 PDT
Telephone connection uses the two inner connectors on the RJ11 connector. PhoneNet uses the outer
two connectors. Some telephone patch cords only have the two inner connections wired. Make sure your
patch cords and the telephone wall jacks have all four connections connected.(That's a mouth full)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mac User" <macintosh_at_globetrotter.net>
Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2005 7:47 AM
Subject: Re: [NTLK] PhoneNet RJ11 cabling
> Then, I do not understand something. I did put one on my laserjet and
> plug another one directly (with a phone cable no in the wall) to my
> Newton MP110, and I saw the printer in the AppleTalk network window.
> I did then plug my phonetnet of the laser in the wall, and goes in
> another room and pluged the Newton there, but the printer was not
> visible. Is it possible that the high speed Internet ADSL filter bloc
> something? or that the alarm system is in cause?
> > No, it also only uses two wires. You can set it up to use the other
> > two and use your existing phone house wiring...
> > Marty
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