DATAMASTER ADSL IN-LINE MICRO FILTER

DATAMASTERÔ£® ADSL IN-LINE MICRO FILTER
Instruction Sheet - Model K2310
ADSL
ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is a service that uses your existing telephone line to provide a
broadband service that allows the telephone line and a high speed Internet connection to be used
simultaneously.
ADSL In-line Micro Filter
An ADSL in-line micro filter separates the telephone service from the ADSL data. Without ADSL in-line micro
filters, your voice calls will receive interference when ADSL data is being transmitted. One ADSL in-line micro
filter is required between each telephone device and the telephone wall outlet. This includes fax machines,
fax/modems, answering machines, cordless phones and alarm dialers.
ADSL In-line Micro Filter Installation
For each device that shares the ADSL phone number.
1. Unplug the device's cord from the wall socket.
2. If you have a modular RJ11/RJ45 telephone wall socket, connect the ADSL in-line micro filter plug directly
into the RJ11/RJ45 telephone socket on the wall. If you have the older "610 Telstra Socket" on the wall, a
606M adaptor will be required to convert the RJ11 plug.
3. Plug the phone cord (or other device cord) into the PHONE socket on the ADSL in-line micro filter.
ADSL Modem/Router Installation
Unless your ADSL Modem/Router has been supplied with a combined SPLITTER/FILTER, it must be connected
directly to the telephone line without an ADSL in-line micro filter. Please refer to instructions supplied with the
ADSL Modem/Router and/or your ADSL service provider.
Australia/New Zealand Compliant
AS/ACIF S002:2001 (Including Amendment)
N692
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