Will it work
for every telephone in the house?
The issue is having
extensions throughout the house. And yes,
there are a couple of ways to accomplish this.
If the internet connection and modem are close
to the telephone box where the outside telephone
line enters the house, the entire house can be
converted to digital or VoIP service. The
"block" that contains all extensions in the
house will need to be wired to the ATA via a
standard RJ11 phone cable and the ATA will need
to be connected to the internet modems with a
standard RJ45 Ethernet cable. More then likely,
the customer will need to secure professional
help to accomplish this.
Most customers find it far easier to simply buy
a cordless telephone system with a single base
station and multiple extensions (up to 10) as
shown below. The base station can be installed
at the internet modem (regardless of its
location) and extensions are installed in
whatever room telephone service is desired.