I have a new motherboard wth 2 sockets at rear for PHONE and LINE. ( I am on Broadband separately ) I am trying to use fax software, and the phone I have has the standard BT input and can't be plugged directly into the modem socket. Is it possible to swap the existing lead for an RJ11 Modem ( double-ended )lead to connect to the phone and the modem? Is this the way that the LINE and PHONE leads are normally connected? I am asking this because my software cannot find the modem connection. On my old system I only had 1 RJ11 socket, now life has become more complicated because I have upgraded! geedad
seedie No connection yet! placed ADSL filter in BT socket on wall - one lead to telephone, the other to 'PHONE' input on one of the sockets on the card. ( also tried 'LINE' socket ) To no avail. How do I get the 'LINE' and 'PHONE' sockets connected?