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HOW TO – Distribute VoIP throughout your home

Distwire1Great resource for wiring up your home for VoIP, in MAKE 03 we also have a guide “One obstacle to replacing traditional phone service with Voice over IP is that for your existing home phone jacks to work, it’s necessary to make a change to your inside telephone wiring. Fortunately, this change is very easy to make. In some cases it’s as simple as removing a plug from a jack. Still, a basic understanding of how telephone wiring works is useful before attempting to make such a switch.” Link.

4 thoughts on “HOW TO – Distribute VoIP throughout your home

  1. Hi folks,
    VoIP is going to take off at full speed in the next year or two there are already a little more than 3 million residential VoIP users in the US this year. So I’ve also been developing a site to let people know more about VoIP. The site has an installation section that I think you’ll find interesting. It’s has a good layout and I tried to make it as simple as possible but I’ll also be adding more installation info and reviews in the next few months. Please take a look and let me know what you think, also visit the Forums.

    Anyway here is the link for hooking up your home with VoIP.
    http://www.voipwired.com/info/info_install_wiring.htm

    Thanks,
    Fred

  2. Hi folks,
    VoIP is going to take off at full speed in the next year or two there are already a little more than 3 million residential VoIP users in the US this year. So I’ve also been developing a site to let people know more about VoIP. The site has an installation section that I think you’ll find interesting. It’s has a good layout and I tried to make it as simple as possible but I’ll also be adding more installation info and reviews in the next few months. Please take a look and let me know what you think, also visit the Forums.

    Anyway here is the link for hooking up your home with VoIP.
    http://www.voipwired.com/info/info_install_wiring.htm

    Thanks,
    Fred

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