DSL RJ11 cable

Cabling-Design.com FREE cabling and networking Helpdesk
icon
 Question by lizandro miramontes posted 19 Nov 2002
 DSL RJ11 cable
is the Connection from the Phone outlet to a DSL Modem a standard phone RJ11 cable or is a special
Cable, plus how long can it be?
I noticed some Dsl Modems use RJ45 connections?
icon
 Answer by Dmitri Abaimov posted 04 Dec 2002
Dear lizandro,

This could be a phone-grade or CAT3 cable with RJ11 plugs on the ends of it. The modems have RJ45 for the Ethernet interface, which is used to connect it to the local network.

Sincerely,
Dmitri Abaimov, RCDD

Click here to see the expert's profile
Back to the current page of questions | Back to all the questions
Back to Cabling-Design.com HELPDESK | Ask your question
Residential Cabling Guide

Home Cabling Guide

Finally, an instantly downloadable book that saves you thousands in home improvement dollars! Enjoy living in 21st century technology-advanced home while increasing its selling value and competitive advantage on the real estate market. Whether your cabling is for home office or high-tech leisure, you can wire your home yourself or learn "wirish" to speak with your cabling contractors in their language!

Learn more ...

Please rate this page

Rating: Average rating: Ratings
BadFineGoodVery GoodExcellent