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Rj45 to rj11 converter for wireless ADSL router

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August 23, 2011 6:58:32 PM

Hello,
i want to know the function of 8wire of RJ45 port. pelse suggest me .
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August 23, 2011 8:23:53 PM

You can't convert a RJ45 signal to RJ11, one is a digital signal, the other is analog, and both use totally different signaling methods and protocols. Now you CAN use an RJ45 cable with the right wires hooked up to transfer a phone signal if that is what you are asking. Usually you see similar connectors on ISDN modems, I think those are 6-pin though.

Maybe you need to re-word what you are trying to do here.

As far as the wire diagrams http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethernet_over_twisted_pair

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December 9, 2011 10:47:46 AM

hang-the-9 said:
You can't convert a RJ45 signal to RJ11, one is a digital signal, the other is analog, and both use totally different signaling methods and protocols. Now you CAN use an RJ45 cable with the right wires hooked up to transfer a phone signal if that is what you are asking. Usually you see similar connectors on ISDN modems, I think those are 6-pin though.

Maybe you need to re-word what you are trying to do here.

As far as the wire diagrams http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethernet_over_twisted_pair




Actually i have a wireless ADSL router and it takes RJ11 as input for internet, but my Provider cable is RJ45 , so i need a converter to plug that rj45 to my Router to use internet.
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December 9, 2011 2:36:41 PM

You have a modem that you want to hook your ADSL router/modem to....Won't work as the rj11 input on the router/modem will be a different protocol than what is coming from the rj45 connection from your current modem.

You can try plugging the rj45 connection into a switchport on your adsl modem/router and see if it will still work how you need it.
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