Correct wiring for multiple extensions on VOIP setup?
I have a 6 bedroom home in which a large number of rooms each have an RJ11 faceplate which are all wired back to a central RJ11 'patch panel' in a cupboard.
I have my Virgin SuperHub 3 (in modem only mode) in the same cupboard. It has the Virgin VOIP stuff enabled for telephony and I can plug a single phone into the back of the Virgin Super Hub to get a telephone connection.
My question is:
What is the best way to connect the SuperHub to my RJ11 patch panel such that all of my rooms have a wired telephone extension? The SuperHub only has 2 telephony ports. Is it possible to buy an RJ11 1-to-8 splitter or something like that?