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If you take out the blue pair at the NID, and use orange pair instead (orange where blue used to be, white-orange where white-blue used to be), the orange pair would be carrying your modem signal into the house. Then at the jack where your modem is plugged in, plug one of these L1, L2 splitter to the jack first, then plug in the modem into the L2 port. Then, your modem would work.
Once you get that working, it is a matter of connecting all your 1st pair together at the NID. blue wire to red wires, white-blue wire to green wires.
You can connect wires together using the 3 wire butt connectors (clip all the exposed metal leads off first). IDEAL 85-925 3 wire butt splice scotchlok connectors from Home Depot