Phone Wiring Help at NID/Demarc (Long w/ Pics)

blazin

Registered User
#26
When I had my DSL hooked up, they didn't do anything in or on the house hookups. I am assuming they did something to at the box up on the corner of the street. Then they gave me a bunch of line filters to install on the actual phone jacks in the house. I has to install these on any phone jack in the house that I didnt want to use for the DSL. I cant figure out why they would have screwed with the wiring in your house.
Its a bit different when youre using different carriers. If I was to make one of the existing phone lines a DSL line as well, then nobody would have had to mess with that box. But because the voice lines are from AT&T I think they had to run a new line into the building, but Im not sure.

Can anybody confirm that the black 4 conductor cable is for the DSL line? Could the DSL be coming thru existing wiring on an unused pair?
 

MrAbovePar

En Taro Anthony
#27
If the 2nd position has the dry DSL then it appears the Bl/W of the 2pr ASW has the DSL on it.

The DSL will be coming through on whatever pair the bridge is connected to.
 

BigWilly

Just thoughts, no prayers.
#28
Man, I'm not sure what I did, but I think I plugged something in wrong. Can anybody help me? Here's a pic:



:action-sm
 

burky79

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#29
Man, I'm not sure what I did, but I think I plugged something in wrong. Can anybody help me? Here's a pic:



:action-sm
yup, take this


and clean er up a bit.
i dont want anyone in the back row hearing a peep.
 

BCH

Doesn't need your acknowledgement on Twitter
Wackbag Staff
#30
Man, I'm not sure what I did, but I think I plugged something in wrong. Can anybody help me? Here's a pic:



:action-sm
You can't fool me sir. I recognize the seemingly tangled but nicely ordered mess which is generally the work of a road-crew.
 
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