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I have a standard plain old telephone RJ11 wall socket with two working central pins. I bought a D6200B with RJ45 Adsl input port. I tried using rj11 standard cable (the one i used with old rj11 socket modem and which works just fine with old modem) with no success. I found this pinout http://www.hometoys.com/htinews/feb98/articles/moses/jacks.html  but i don't get if i should solder something together or not. Please advise how to properly connect
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by:David Atkin
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Hello,

The DB6200B should have a standard RJ11 ADSL port which should use if you are connecting it directly into the telephone socket. Its recommended that you use the ADSL cable that came with the router.

The RJ45 WAN port on the router would be used if you where connecting the DB6200B behind an existing modem Router.

DB6200B User guide for your reference:
ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/GDC/D6200/D6200B_IG_booklet_cover+interior_09Jan13.pdf
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Gruenmuth earned 0 total points
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I bought wrong version. It is for adsl over Isdn, whilst I have adsl over analog. Got cleared up by netgear support
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Contacted vendors support staff
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