Question by <!=firstname.lastname@example.org_stop><!=fname>stephen<!=fname_end> <!=lname>sterritt<!=lname_end> posted 08 Feb 2006
| rj11 to rj45|
|<!=question>i recently got broadband into the house.|
the modem is a usb one and only has an rj11 connector on it, to go into the phone sockets.
this is fine but i recently got a router so i could network my computer together to chare the connection. the router only has rj45 connectors on it. is there any convertors out there that would enable me to plug an rj45 cable into my rj11 modem socket???<!=question_end>
Answer by <!=answered>Joseph Golan<!=answered_end> posted 09 Feb 2006
No there is not, as these are two different types of signals.
One things you could do is have your PC connect to the modem (as originally) and then have your PC "share" this broadband connection to others in the networks (but your PC will have to be on).
Joseph Golan, RCDD
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