cat5 conversion rj11 to rj45

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 Question by cliff tipton posted 27 Sep 2005
 cat5 conversion rj11 to rj45
I have a DSL router that I need to convert for a satelite modem/uplink. Modem has RJ-45 input, router has RJ-11 input and RJ-45 output to network. My RJ-45 are wired T568b(ow/o/gw/b/bw/g/bw/b). Is there a direct wiring that can be done? and what is the pin out to be successful from RJ-45 to RJ-11.
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 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 27 Sep 2005
Dear cliff,

Most times a DSL router input (RJ-11) only has 1 pair for the DSL signal and cannot be used for other services. You will need to check with the manufacturer of the router to see if other options are available

Sincerely,
Joseph Golan, RCDD

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