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I did this once, on a 25-pair cable, back when I worked in the campus TV studio in college. It's fairly simple, but a bit tedious, and a single splice is about 2 feet long. Basically, you take off the outer jacket, split the 25 pairs into the 5 groups of 5 pairs that are inside, then make sure you've matched up with the pairs on the mating cable. You want ...


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A few things: You're relocating what I assume is an old 66-block. You cannot "splice" the wires. You need to keep them in the block. So your solution must be to add another block elsewhere to reroute the wires and "hiding" the current block? It will be fine to use 22AWG rather than the current 24AWG It is probably ok for the POTS network to have parallel ...


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Firstly, I don't know what your specific situation is, but it sounds like what you're trying to do might be illegal. You're potentially messing with people's emergency services (911 access) and Verizon might own the cable you're trying to mess with. But, I'll assume you've worked this out somehow, and take no responsibility for your actions. I used to work ...



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