The answer is ... it depends. FXS ports are designed to drive a local telephone handset, but f you use low resistance (large diameter) wire, then the loop resistance drops and hence the distance can be increased. There are still issues relating to capacitance and inductance caused by the extended distances which can attenuate the signal. The other problem is that if you increase the distance, you run the risk of external signals being induced into the long wires as well as damage to the voice ports due to lightning etc ... You can always try running the long cable, but the best thing is to use a line isolator/line driver that will protect the FXS port and be able to regenerate the signal/ring voltage. Here is a suitable device -
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