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ISDN line connection

Maybe this is an easy question...if the ISDN line is a two wire connection, why i should use a cable with more than two wires. i have a ISDN line with a rj11 jack box that the a company in Mexico installed me and a 2600 router with a WIC-1B-U that include a NT1 and that has a rj45 port, i saw the documentation for the WIC-1B-U installation and it said to use a rj48c-rj48c cable from the WIC-1B-U port to the wall jack...but i cant connect it that way due to my wall jack is a rj11, What is the specific cable i need??...i guess that only a pair of wires go across the cable no matter the ending connectors (i mean rj11-rj45 o rj45-rj45) BUT im not sure, is it ok to use a single 2 or 4 wires cable to do this work??

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Re: ISDN line connection

Hai,

ISDN works if we connect a single pair cable.We connect to pins 4 & 5 of the RJ-45 cable.

Sumanth

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