If your landline has a TAE telephone socket, it is an analogue connection with which customary terminal devices (e.g. telephones, modems, faxes) can be used.
Analogue terminal devices have a TAE-plug (left picture) for the connection to a telephone network, e.g. T-Net.
Connection to an ISDN-telephone system:
Furthermore, analogue telephones can be connected to ISDN-telephone systems. In this case, an ISDN-system (e.g. Eumex) is necessary supporting the needed TAE-socket at the ISDN-connection.
Connection to a VoIP/Internet router:
Many DSL providers offer VoIP (internet telephoning). Analogue telephones can also be connected and used to a router, in most cases with an adapter enclosed.
|Analogue telephone at analogue socket||Analogue telephone at telephone system||Analogue telephone at VoIP router|
|ISDN-Telephone at ISDN-socket||ISDN-Telephone at NTBA of the Telekom||ISDN-Telephone at VoIP router|
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