The Rogers modem was previously connected to the phone jack outlet in the living room. The technician moved the Rogers modem and connected it to the phone jack outlet in the bedroom. As the technician explained it, this is because the phone outlet in the bedroom has 4 wires, whereas there were only 2 wires in the living room's phone outlet. One or both of the additional 2 wires in the bedroom phone outlet must have been for the buzzer.
The Sittelle IVI 6000 was pressed into service (please see the attached picture below):
· Jack 1 is connected to 'TEL 1' on the Rogers modem
· Jack 2 is connected to the bedroom telephone
· Jack 3 is connected to the bedroom wall phone outlet
Phone service and the buzzer works for all the phones in the unit, not just the bedroom telephone.
Thanks for the pic.. the intercom buzzer signal was always present on the second pair of wires goung inside your unit.
If that's the case, a telephone plugged directly into that particular outlet should have worked? I thought the OP said he tried all the outlets... (post 4)
I've had the Rogers gateway modem unplugged and had the home phone plugged directly to each of the four phone jacks located around the apartment — no luck.
I tried phone direct to outlet and it didn't work. Can't remember if I tried it with and/or without the Rogers modem connected to another outlet (if that makes a difference).