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Awesome: 'Land Line telephone wiring/wireless question' by Hevach
likes this Post written by Hevach
about a year ago
"this is a reasonable solution to the problem."
There is a sorta-kinda solution. There are phone systems with multiple handset stations. I have one in the office with one wired and one wireless handset. I've seen them with up to four handsets, and with either wired or wireless bases, with or without answering machines and such, but the one I have would work for you, maybe even a cheaper one without an answering machine built in.
The main base has to be connected to the jack, but the wireless handsets only have a charger station that plugs into the wall, and connect through the base - I can put the charger anywhere I want without needing access to a jack. One of those might work for you. Set up the base connected to the modem near the jack and just put the second handset closer to him.