[SOLVED] Wired Connection DSL Box

Mar 26, 2020
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I have this box on my wall which I assume (I have very little knowledge on this) is a DSL box. The modem is connected to the a box like this in the room it is in currently. We use optimum as our ISP and the modem they provided is arris tm822g with a Sagemcom F@st 5260 router. Could I get a cable that connects to this box and into my computer or a wifi repeater to gain close to ethernet speeds or is this not possible again I know very little about this. Any help is greatly appreciated and sorry for the rough picture, DSL box is pretty old.
 

Wolfshadw

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Unfortunately no. Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) actually runs from a telephone wire to a specific modem (Your Arris TM822G) via a standard telephone wire. The modem strips away any voice data (telephone calls) and sends/receives internet data to the router (your F@st 5260). All Internet connections will come from the router.

-Wolf sends
 

Wolfshadw

Titan
Moderator
Unfortunately no. Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) actually runs from a telephone wire to a specific modem (Your Arris TM822G) via a standard telephone wire. The modem strips away any voice data (telephone calls) and sends/receives internet data to the router (your F@st 5260). All Internet connections will come from the router.

-Wolf sends
 
Mar 26, 2020
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Unfortunately no. Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) actually runs from a telephone wire to a specific modem (Your Arris TM822G) via a standard telephone wire. The modem strips away any voice data (telephone calls) and sends/receives internet data to the router (your F@st 5260). All Internet connections will come from the router.

-Wolf sends
If I were to move my modem and router to my room could I use this box to still give my home phone dsl connection or would that not work also thanks for reply.
 

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