Yes, this is correct. While it is physically possible to redirect the
in-house copper, the first box in the line has to terminate VDSL not POTS
(classical telephony) and then present you with ethernet and POTS.

Narelle

On Fri, 16 Sep 2016, 22:27 David Lochrin <dloch...@key.net.au> wrote:

> On 2016-09-16 18:08 Narelle  wrote:
>
> > You can repoint the daisy chain of cable that is in your house to the
> new device, but the cables do something different.
>
> The existing POTS cable cannot be connected to the incoming line carrying
> the FTTN service because that has a completely different (VDSL2) signal.
>
> The incoming line should be connected to an NBN-compatible modem.  If the
> modem has an FXS port it should then be possible to connect the existing
> POTS cable there, but with the restriction I mentioned earlier regarding
> REN loading.
>
> Or that's my take on it....
>
> David L.
>
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