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ADSL light flashing!

Recently got siemens gigaset SE587 router from Tiscali but it will not get a stable ADSL light unless I connect my old Modem into another phone socket in the house. And yes, all the old modem needs is to be connected with the ADSL wire ONLY into another filter in another socket and bingo the router works! Unplug the old modem and the router drops the connection giving a flashing ADSL light?

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What is used this router it is a adsl router or only router if this is only router then you have to connect your adsl modem then only its work properly .

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