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Krone patch panel

We rent a house in Australia and a previous owner has installed a Kroner panel (in fact it looks like 2) anyway we seem to beable to get ADSL through one of the sockets patched through the panel but we cannot get incoming telephone calls, we can get outgoing calls. If we go to the panel (top of an airing cupboard) and plug the phone into the panel at the input connection we can get both in and out but we cannot get the modem anymore as it is plugged into another socket which is no longer attached!

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Check to see if your modem is answering these calls, or messing them up somehow. Plug the phone in where the modem is plugged in and see if it works there. If the phone works there, then the modem is the problem.

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