ADSL Splitter

mtnltriband

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coolbuddy do you mean we can use non adsl splitters that is simple line splitters also instead of adsl splitters.Coolbuddy I have splitted my main line with the simple splitter , one going to fone and other to modem.till now no problem is speed no disturbances,however can I get problems in future line net getting disconencted with every incoming call etc please guide
 

knura

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QUOTE(mtnltriband @ Apr 23 2006, 10:25 AM) [snapback]48985[/snapback]
coolbuddy do you mean we can use non adsl splitters that is simple line splitters also instead of adsl splitters.

Coolbuddy I have splitted my main line with the simple splitter , one going to fone and other to modem.till now no problem is speed no disturbances,however can I get problems in future line net getting disconencted with every incoming call etc please guide
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Ideally, the ADSL/TEL splitter should be installed at the ingres point of the MTNL line pair coming into your premise. The ADSL pair goes the modem/router and the Tel. pair can be connected to the existing phone wiring in your premise.

However, the above may not be possible because of the way concealed wiring done by contractors. In such case your best bet is to buy multiple ADSL splitters and install them at every phone connection in your premise and then connect the phone equipment to the Tel. jack in the splitter. This will prevent the low band tel. phone equipment from interfering with the high band ADSL signal. In my opinion, do not go beyond 4 extensions. Beware, this topology will impact your connection speed on whichever splitter you connnect the modem/router but it will help you avoid the unexplainable disconnects on the ADSL band and also improve the voice quality on your phones. In Mumbai, Maxcom Electronics on Chunan Lane (off Lamington Road) is one place where you can buy additional splitters.
 

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