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    Default RJ45 splitter question.

    I have cat5e cable that has has rj45 connectors that I use for the telephone. This says it will only allow for one connection at a time but that was talking about data. Do you think it would allow two lines like a typical splitter. If not I need something cheap that would split some lines. Thanks.
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    Default Re: RJ45 splitter question.

    For telephone, it depends on whether more than one pair is connected to the jack. If you are talking about using network cabling for telephone, a standard splitter would probably work.

    For ethernet, the correct two pairs are required for a connection. To "split" it you have to use a hub or switch.

    A normal cat5e cable has four pairs available.

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