PBX into CAT6 patch panel

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 Question by Dan Hield posted 17 May 2006
 PBX into CAT6 patch panel
How do I best terminate my analogue PBX (Panasonic) into my CAT6 network? I have a patch panel where all my voice and data wall sockets terminate. I then need to patch my PBX somehow into this patch panel. The PBX patch leads have one end RJ11 into the PBX and the other end unterminated with 3 core (red, green and black)wire. The system phones will connect to RJ45 wall boxes using Excel voice to RJ45 adapters. Many thanks.
 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 18 May 2006
Dear Dan,
Sorry but I cannot locate information on Panasonic PBXs on the web and I am unsue what model you are refering to. It almost sounds like you are in Europe somewhere and we are in the US.

Joseph Golan, RCDD

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