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Any thoughts on punching down Linksys PAP2 to a 66 block?

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Has anyone tried, or does anyone have insight on punching an extension down to a 66 block (and then out to an analog phone) from an FXS port on a Linksys PAP2?  Specifically, I will be going ~200'; should I expect any issues?  The system currently in use is a Centrex system, will I need a new block, or can I use the centrex block that's there?  I'll be trying it in a couple days and will report back on the outcome either way, but it'd be good to know what I was getting myself into...
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The PAP2 won't know the difference. Your 200' distance is under the 100M limit for cabling. So, there should be no problem.

Make sure you punch it down properly, and get all the wires done right, and there won't be an issue.
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Thanks.  I'll let you know how it goes..
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