rj45 ethernet back to rj-11

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 Question by c selby posted 04 Mar 2001
 rj45 ethernet back to rj-11
Hello
i'm using a wireless jack that connects to my electrical outlet that has a RJ-11 , and i want to use it for network going back to my hub, what would the pin's outs be for each jack, rj-45 to rj-11 or can I do this, please let me kno thank you.
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 Answer by Dmitri Abaimov posted 05 Mar 2001
Dear Sir,

Feasibility of your project greatly depends on what your wireless jack extender actually does. It looks pretty much like you have a telephone line extender, which isn't suitable for Ethernet networking at all. I'm not sure whether or not it can be used for connecting HomePNA adapters. Please check with the wireless extender vendor.

There is no pin layout for the RJ11-to-RJ45 adapter without knowing what application it will be used for.

Sincerely,
Dmitri Abaimov, RCDD

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