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While I'me on the internet (adsl), and I receive a call, the internet connection is lost. It takes a few attempts to re-connect it after.

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    Wayne Mineard May 11, 2010

    Do you have dsl filters on all of your phones, and/or answering/fax machines? If so, I'd be calling the internet provider.

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Your dsl provide you with filters and these filters must be install on all the phone jacks then the phone connects to that and there is one that has two opens in the filter this one has to be with the modem installe the same way except the phone goes to the phone side and the modem has (assuming your not using comcast that is totally different setup) there is no filter for comcast...

if all filters are installed properly then check the phone and the line that connects them sometimes a phone has 4 pins in them and the regular phone line has 2 pins in the center make sure you are using a 2 oin phone line after you check the phone base to see which one it requires (for comcast this could be your problem)

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