My unicom 2 port modular jack splitter (SMJ-50108-A) will not split my internet anymore. I am in just built residential housing complex. The splitter had been working fine in other places, but since bringing it here I can only get internet out of port A. Has my splitter become obsolete?
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well technically 2 ports can be on the same circuit even if there split. Since you cant use both at once it makes since it would work for either or or. I am confused on your problem. answer these for me please?
why did you need a splitter if you have 2 HDMI imputs?
what are you pluging in into the t.v?
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One port on the splitter is the "input" port -- it connects to the cable wall-jack.
Two (or more) ports on the splitter are the "output" ports; connect one port to the cable-modem, and connect one port to your TV (or Digital TV Terminal).
Note that some OLD splitters are not "two-way" -- any signals going "out" from the cable-modem will not get "through" the splitter to the wall-jack. Be sure that you have a NEW "two-way" splitter.
Wiring diagram? Does your cabinet hve 11 jacks on the face of it marked CO 1, 2 and 3 and Jack 01-08, plus a PAGING and EXT MUSIC port?
Pretty simple. You take a modular cord with 4 pins and feed it to a 4-pin jack wired the same way as the rest of the jacks. The polarity doesn't matter, but the voice and data positions do. Something like KSU Patch cord Modular jack Cable Modular Jack and then you plug the phone into the second modular jack. There are suppliers that make special cables to feed your inside wires, but I am guessing you are not in the U.S., so they don't apply. Try finding the equvalent in your country.
Here's a thought. The DSL filter doesn't have to go on every phone, just the phone line that FEEDS the phone. In old residential, the phone line is looped to each location. If you open up another jack and break the loop, you could possibly find out where the first jack is in your house, put a duplex jack there, feed the DSL modem, and filter all the rest of the lines in the house at that location. Or, go outside, bring the dial tone in on the black/yellow or orange pair, install your DSL modem on that pair, and filter the dial tone back into the green/red pair for the rest of the house.
The 2 jacks on the back of the Arris modem are labeled "1/2" & "2". The first jack labeled "1/2" means that the jack is capable supporting 2 different phone numbers, a line 1 and a line 2. The second jack labeled "2" means that it is capable of supporting only a second phone number. Therefore your 1 phone number is working correctly from the port labeled "1/2".
There are different types of phone splitters. It is possible that the one you used may have been to split lines 1 & 2 on a single jack into two seperate jacks. Take a closer look at the splitter and see if the 2 ports are labeled differently.