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Installation Guide

Installation Guide

This section will give you all the information for you to install you Interceptor ID® product. The section will guide you though the basic installation as well as any special installation, also it will help you figure out what is the best installation for you.

Installation Guide

  1. Basic Setups
    1. Overall Setup
    2. Person-To-Person® Unit Setups
    3. Remote Receiver Setups
    4. Fax Machine Setup
  2. Advanced Setups
    1. Cordless Phones With Phone Base Stations
    2. Answering Machine/Phone Combos
    3. Fax machines with remotes
    4. Phone and Answering Machine Linked Together (Used for blocking calls)
  3. Optional Setups
    1. Setups At the Demarc
    2. Dual Phone lines
    3. Dual Line Phone (1 Phone Connected to 2 lines)
    4. Phones with DSL
    5. Phones with V.O.I.P.

A. Basic Setups

1. Overall Setup

The Interceptor ID® system will give you control of the whole house. The best way to do this is set the person-to-person® device on the main phone of the house ex: living room set the remote receivers on the other phones like kitchen phone and bedroom phones. Phone without Remote Receivers should have their ringer turned off because phones with out receivers or the Person-to-Person® console will not be capable of performing the features of the Interceptor ID® technology. <Back To The Top>

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Person-To-Person® Console Setup

The Person-To-Person® Unit has 3 phone ports labeled as follows: LINE IN, PHONE, and ANS MACH. PHONE is the port that goes to the phone that the Person-To-Person® console will be controlling. LINE IN is the port from the wall telephone jack. ANS MACH is the port to the answering machine. If you want to block calls and you do not want them to go the answering machine plug the answering machine into the PHONE port and the phone into the answering machine (NOTE: not the P2P ANS MACH port). Also if you wish you can hook up an outgoing message machine on the ANS MACH port if you wish to leave only an out going message to blocked callers. <Back To The Top>

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Remote Receiver Setup

Connect the Remote Receiver to a phone not connected to the Person-To-Person® Unit. The Remote Receiver has 2 ports labeled PHONE and LINE IN. Connect the one labeled PHONE to the phone that you wish to control. Connect the port labeled LINE IN to the phone line from the wall telephone jack. <Back To The Top>

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Fax Machine Setup

To Configure the Person-To-Person® into the FAXFIREWALL™ application follow the following instructions.The Person-To-Person® has 3 ports labeled as follows LINE IN, PHONE, and ANS MACH. PHONE is the port that goes to the Fax Machine that the Person-To-Person® console will be protecting. LINE IN is the port connected to the wall telephone jack. ANS MACH is the port for connecting an outgoing message answering machine or this port can be left unconnected. <Back To The Top>

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B. Advanced Setups

1. Cordless Phones with Phone base stations

Cordless Phones with Phone base stations should be connected just like you would any other phone however NOTE that both phones will be treated the same by the Person-To-Person® Unit you will not be able to have the remote phone block calls that the base unit is not blocking as well. Also Note this connect setup is the same for the P2P console unit as well as the Remote Receiver . <Back To The Top>

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2. Answering Machine / Phone combos

Answering Machine/Phone combo units should be connected just like you would any other phone however NOTE that both the phone and the answering machine will be treated the same by the Person-To-Person® Unit. You will not be able to have the phone block calls that the answering machine is not blocking as well. Also Note this connect setup is the same for the P2P console unit as well as the Remote Receiver. <Back To The Top>

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3. Fax Machines

Fax Machines should be connected just like you would any other phone however NOTE that if you wish to send faxes to that connection and have a phone connected to the fax machine you should turn off the ringer. Also Note this connect setup is the same for the P2P unit as well as the Remote Receiver. <Back To The Top>

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4. Phone and Answering Machine Linked Together (Used for blocking calls)

The Person-To-Person® Unit has 3 phone ports labeled as follows: PHONE, LINE IN, ANS MACH. PHONE is the port that goes to the phone that the Person-To-Person® Unit should be connected to. LINE is the port from the wall. ANS MACH is the port to the answering machine. If you want to block calls and you do not want them to go the answering machine plug the answering machine into the PHONE port and the phone into the answering machine (NOTE: not the ANS MACH port). Also if you wish you can hook up an outgoing message machine on the ANS MACH port if you wish to leave only an out going message to blocked callers. <Back To The Top>

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C. Optional Installations

1. Setups At the Demarc

The Demarc is an access box that connects the house wiring to the phone companies referred to as a "Telephone Network Interface". Starting in the 80s when a subscriber had phone service these units were installed. The interface will have a RJ11 (phone plug) that can be removed and a phone can be connected to test the line. Unplugging the RJ11 and connecting the interceptor can control ID between the link and the entire house by the console. Simply connect the house line to the phone port and line in to the Demarc interface. <Back To The Top>

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2. Dual Phone Lines(For Wall Jacks with Dual Line output)

To screen a 2-line system the user must have a splitter / combiner the split the line into two pairs and then combines them back into a single line. These are available at some do it yourself home stores and electronic shops. Each Interceptor ID® can only screen one line. Connect the splitter to the incoming line; connect line 1(L1) to the Interceptor ID® #1 and line 2(L2) to Interceptor ID® #2 to the line in inputs. Connect the phones to the phone ports of the Interceptor ID® units. <Back To The Top>

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3. Dual Line Phone(For Phones with Dual Line Inputs)

To screen a 2-line phone system the user must have 2 splitters / combiners the split the line into two pairs and then combines them back into a single line. These are available at some do it yourself home stores and electronic shops. Each Interceptor ID® can only screen one line. Connect the splitter (1st Splitter/Combiner) to the incoming line; connect line 1 to the Interceptor ID® #1 and line 2 to Interceptor ID® #2 to the line in inputs. Connect the combiner (2nd Splitter/Combiner) to the phone ports of the Interceptor ID® units. <Back To The Top>

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4. Phones with DSL

Connect the Interceptor ID® at the output of the DSL. Telephone DSL lines contain High frequency data signals that will interfere with the caller ID signals. A DSL filter must be installed before the Interceptor ID® unit. Some filters do not remove the signals and require a better filter or more than one filter. <Back To The Top>

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5. Phones With VOIP.

Connect the Interceptor ID® at the output of the cable-modem. The line in should be connected to the modem output and the phone port should be connected to the house wall line or phone. Some cable / Data phones have varying levels. The caller ID levels and line levels can be changed the service provider through technical support. If the Interceptor ID® is not receiving caller ID you can try the technical assistance of your service provider to adjust the levels and / or try a external filter like a DSL filter or other data filters for telephone service. <Back To The Top>

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