I'm not convinced. Like I say, it's never ventured from the low end of 88k for me.
As for making your own RJ11 CAT5 cables, it's easy :-
Pick a pair to go in the center two, and a pair to go in the outer (although kind of irrelevant as the modem only uses the inner pair AFAIK).
Pull the sheathing back and cut the two unused pairs a few centimeters back, align your two remaining pairs, trim to length, put a RJ11 plug on and crimp.
It's a bit more faff than putting an RJ45 plug on, as they aren't really designed to go on CAT5, but easy enough!
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Edited by mikehiow (Thu 25-Apr-13 09:38:52)