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what is the rj45 port used for on a 4412d+

what is the rj45 port used for on a 4412d+

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what is the rj45 port used for on a 4412d+

RE: what is the rj45 port used for on a 4412d+

As far as I know, there is only one jack on 4400 series phones. It is a 6p6c, meaning that the jack could accommodate plugs with six contacts and six conductors of wire. The phones themselves...with the exception of the 4424LD+...require only a single pair of wires to operate.

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RE: what is the rj45 port used for on a 4412d+

I think it might be for the DSS.

RE: what is the rj45 port used for on a 4412d+

It is for up to two DSS modules, external PS required.

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RE: what is the rj45 port used for on a 4412d+

If you look at it closely, you will see that it's "KEYED", and as such, a STANDARD RJ-45 won't fit. As budbyrd stated, it's for the DSS UNITS.




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