I recently purchased a Packet8 Broadband Phone adapter from CompUSA (where I work). What it does is it plugs into my cox high speed internet service, and uses the broadband to make phone calls. The plus side is that it is 20 dollars a month, I get to keep my current qwest phone number, plus I have caller ID, call waiting, and free calls to anywhere in the United States and Canada. Here is my problem: I currently have Qwest for phone service, and my apartment is already wired for telephone through them. I need to make the phone jack in my bedroom the 'IN' for my entire apartment, so I can plug in a phone to any wall jack in my apartment and have it communicate with the Packet8 broadband phone adapter in my room. Here is a little schematic of how the wiring is setup now... (Qwest Line) -> Phone Switch on side of apartment -> All the other phone jacks I need it like this: Bedroom Wallplate -> Phone switch on side of apartment -> All the other phone jacks EXCEPT the one in the bedroom Does anybody know how to accomplish this? I called qwest and they gave me some run-around and said something about me calling the building manager and paying 100 dollars for a phone jack install. I'm sure there are 2 sets of 4 wires I need to play with, so this can't be too difficult, I hope. Anybody have any ideas? Thanks!