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I finally found the answer. The cable, for reference sake, is the 50 pin amphenol connector. It plugs into the RJ-11 port of the DSL modem, and the 50-pin into the DSLAM port
Assuming a direct line to your DSLAM, this might work. Still, it depends on the network operator to supply emergency power to the DSLAM, which probably requires quite a lot of energy. Long story short: VoIP will not be usable in case of a disaster.
No. The equipment needed to run both DSL and VoIP (the modem and VoIP box) require an outside power source to function. Unlike traditional pots line VoIP and DSL cannot use the existing DC current on a circuit. Some areas offer the capability of plugging in an ordinary handset to these lines to reach emergency services in the event of a power outage. If you ...
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