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I am a younger electrician who is new to telephone wiring. I want to add another telephone socket as i have gathered so far you connect no 2, 3, 4, and 5 at the main incoming socket to the new socket i'm installing (at my house for practice) i guess i do the same adding 2, 3, 4, and 5 at the new socket. and can the terminations be done with a punch down tool?

Can some confirm this is correct?

Also i want to plug the phone in at the main incoming and the router at the new socket, will i still need to plug in the micro filters at both ends?

Please Help i'm still learning, thankyou

Grant
 
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iamgary25

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just using a punch down tool? thats all i need to do?

Grant
 
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Have a look here

A very good guide to connecting ADSL modems and extending phone lines.
 
I like the thought of a "younger electrician". Just had a mental picture of a 5 year-old having just completed his 5 week course....
 
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iamgary25

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haha yer younger as in 20 :) and thankyou for that guide its exactly what i needed
 
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I like the thought of a "younger electrician". Just had a mental picture of a 5 year-old having just completed his 5 week course....
These are modern times we live in,,, modern times.
 

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just connect 2 and 5. no need for 3 and 4. you will need a adsl filter at each point.
I'd be tempted to open the existing point and connect up whatever's in there the same in the new one. (if it's not just 2 and 5).
 
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