Have a look at black box for an RJ-21 cable / telco cable. i've found the most economical way is to buy the twin ended male and cut it in half and you then have two cables and just terminate the ends onto whatever you like. A patch panel is usually best if you have a structured cabling scheme.
Greybar carries them. Grey bar also carries a breakout box that has rj11 ports on it. You connect it to the vg248 and then you do not need a 110 block. Personal preference more than anything. The part number is:
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