Question about Cell Phones
All phones operate across a pair of wires, Tip & Ring, or the A & B legs. The Master jack, MUST have a Capacitor, (for the ring circuit) all "other" jacks do NOT have one. they all "Daisy Chained" on the same pair of wires, the Master jack, also has the line on the same terminals as the two wires, usually this is 2 & 5 in the Master jack, and all Slaves. You need ONE mater point where ALL lines are together, and feed, one by one, separately into the "Main Phone Control Unit" after this they are all fed out to the "Slaves". whatever they maybe Wireless or fixed.
For your convenience i have included below your user manual. It shows you how to setup and use your units.
In reality though it maybe best for you to call in a telecom person, and let them attend to it, although it's not too complicated, it can be tricky getting it all going especially when Wireless is involved.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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