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We are creatures of habit, and once we get used to doing things a certain way, it really is difficult to change. For some people, this also applies to implementing home VOIP service in their home. Unlike traditional phones, where your home may already be wired with a phone jack in the wall in each and every room, your home is probably not wired in the same way for VOIP. But you can still implement VOIP throughout your home, and there are multiple ways to accomplish this.

Let's look at the component parts of your VOIP system. Once you decide which VOIP provider to use, you will get a VOIP adapter box, also known as an ATA box. This box is about the size of a deck of cards and is the "smarts" behind the VOIP. One cable from this ATA box plugs into a spare jack on your high-speed Internet router, and your standard RJ-11 jack from your regular phone plugs into the other end of the ATA box.

Ok, some of you are sayinset up my new device, since your high-speed Internet connection modem only has ONE jack on it, and that is where you plug your computer in so you can get online. Yes, this is a problem but not a huge one. You are going to need to go to Best Buy or Radio Shack or some similar place and get a HUB. The easiest way to think of this is like being an extension cord for your high-speed Internet modem. You plug the hub into an electrical outlet, and then you run a cable from the hub to the jack on your high-speed Internet modem. Now you plug your computer into one of the jacks on the hub (you will probably have about 3 or 4 of them), and also plug the cable from your VOIP ATA box into another jack on the hub. Before you leave Best Buy or Radio Shack, make sure you have the cables with RJ45 plugs on each end - one of these goes from the hub to your modem and another one goes from your VOIP ATA box to the hub.

Now with your VOIP ATA box connected to the hub or directly into your high-speed Internet modem if you had a spare jack on it, you just connect your standard traditional phone into the RJ-11 jack on the ATA box and you are good to go.