Two RJ11's into one RJ45

Does anyone make a cable that takes two male RJ11 to one male RJ45? I have four analog phone lines(2 lines per RJ11 jack) that I need to run thru my existing Cat5e network and connect to a 4 line analog phone at the other end that has two RJ11 jacks on it. RJ11 jack #1 is line 1&2, RJ11 jack #2 is line 3&4. So I need to take the  two RJ11's that the phone co installed, convert to a single RJ45 and then break them back out on the other end to connect to the phone. I am capable of making them myself, but would prefer a premade solution.
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pseudocyberConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I have always made them - never seen them.  I would imagine, if anyone has such a thing, it would be http://www.blackbox.com.

I moved into a cube with 3 other team mates - to split out our phones, I took a regular Cat5 patch and stripped it and then put it into a single gang box with a four position plate on it.  Each pair went to a different RJ43/110 jack - you simply terminate the wires on the blue pair of each jack.  Then I was able to plug four phones into the four jacks of the single gang box - putting their four signals onto one Cat5.
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JoshFinkCommented:
PseudoCyber, I just found this post. Would you happen to have a diagram or something on this?

I'm trying to take two phone lines and distribute them over Cat5 and then split them back out at the other end.

Thanks

Josh
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