From: Justin Mason (jm at domain netnoteinc.com)
Date: Mon 30 Aug 1999 - 11:53:12 IST
> The only difference between a British phone jack and Irish is that if
> you wish the British to ring on an Irish PABX, a coupling capacitor has
> to be used to drive the ringer on an Irish handset. This obviously
> doesnt apply to Modems.
Well, I bought a UK modem from Scan earlier this year, and had to snip two
of the wires to use it; otherwise it inhibited both ringing and dialtone.
This wasn't through a PABX, it was directly onto the POTS system ;)
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