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Static sound in cordless phone connected to internet dsl

I live in Orange County Southern California USA.

I get internet dsl/phone connection (not land line) from AT&T.

A single phone wire comes out of the phone jack and connects to AT&T modem. AT&T modem connects to Linksys router. Link Sys router connects to Lingo box. Lingo box connects to my wireless phone panasonic.

With this arrangement, I get lot of static on my phone. I have also tried connecting filter to my phone jack but phone static does not go away.

Any time, i call AT&T, Lingo, Linksys they tell me that their systems are fine contact the other vendor to solve my phone static problem.

I am very frustrated !!

Please help.

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marked as duplicate by Sathya, Nifle, harrymc, Dennis Williamson, JNK Sep 20 '10 at 18:53

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

not a dupe, this is voip. – MaQleod Sep 20 '10 at 18:55

Why a filter? that will just make your dsl go awry and will have no affect on a voip phone Have you tried with a wired phone? is there still static? Any time you troubleshoot, simplify. Remove all but the lingo box and use a wired phone. Is there still static? Have you swapped out any of your cables?

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Also, is it a 2.4Ghz phone and there's wifi in use nearby? – Dennis Williamson Sep 20 '10 at 18:50

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