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question for the Vonage/VoIP users - September 12, 2006, 01:37 PM

this is for all the peeps without a residential hub and have older POTS lines... wondering if any of you have been able to connect all of your existing home lines to your VoIP adapter - if so, how did you do it.

mine was easy, i have a residential hub, but my parents have an older home built in the late 80s - I'll be heading down there soon to hook them up so any advise is welcome.

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September 12, 2006, 02:10 PM

My house was built before the 80's (IIRC) and it was merely a plug and go proposition. w/o a residential hub, all 4 wires still are connected to one another, so the VOip feed from the vonage box will still hit all the phones.


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September 12, 2006, 03:59 PM

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My house was built before the 80's (IIRC) and it was merely a plug and go proposition. w/o a residential hub, all 4 wires still are connected to one another, so the VOip feed from the vonage box will still hit all the phones.
+1. Shouldn't be any big deal at all. Just looks like one phone to vonage, kinda like wiring two or more speakers in parallel.
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