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While calling your internet service or your Router Vendor , Dont use your landline , If your Phone is connected to the modem Then the call might get disconnected ... And most of the times even if they call back right away the will not be able to reach you

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I cannot make or receive any calls on my landline.My internet is working,but not the landline.


Yous Internet Service provider (i assume you have cable based phone/ internet) forgot to activate your phone service. Call them to activate the service on your modem

Sep 01, 2017 | Internet Computers & Internet

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magicjack doesn't always work right sometimes the phone works , sometimes I get an error 3002 message when I try to call out.


Actiontech what, they many vast models, and routers, and mix.
what are you exact connections here>
NO PC stated, HP model number, this is HP forum. so.....what?
no OS stated, opr. system , windows WHAT?
No modem models stated.
No ISP service stated,

what ISP, what service,? DSL> must I GUESS that?
My guess is not DSL no land line but it is possible to buy DSL
with Landline, disabled, I did for years.
or cable modem, ? uses COAX ! not 2wire twisted like DSL.
or are you doing the MAGIC jack , with NO COMPUTER owned
yes?
The magic jack does not plugin to any modem ethernet port
ever. its usb.

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Broadband, high-speed internet, cable internet, DSL - WiFi, Fios fiber. and more , dial up? nah you dont have LAND LINE./


error codes,. the first page in the manual states !
Contact your Internet service provider to verify your modem allows more than one device to access the Internet if you receive error 3002 when trying to use MagicJack Plus. Some modems and modem/routers-in-one may not be compatible for use with MagicJack Plus if multiple devices are connected to your network.

We dont know what ISP you have nor the connection type
cable tv modem, DSL, FIOS what?
nor the modem you have , you never said,

this is far more complex
its not magic at all,
fire walls set wrong
ISP blocks you, at your mixed, router and modem
using the routers, USB port is a FAIL.
if you want great help answer what you have and what is connected
in details.
the MAGIC jack as 3 ways to connect,
USB or ethernet.?

Jun 11, 2017 | HP Computers & Internet

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my landline is hook up to ciso an thats hook up to netgear how do i make calls out


If it's a cable modem you should have your phone landline connected to the cable model, if you have a "bundle". TV, Broadband, Phone with your provider. For example: I have Comcast/Xfinity bundle, TV, Phone, High Speed Internet. At the Comcast Modem it has a Phone jack RJ-11 for landline and Fax and a RJ-45 for my Wireless Access Point and Ethernet cable.

Jan 18, 2013 | NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router

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internet timeout when i get a landline call comes in


please check if filter is properly seated to your answering machine or fax machine if you have any those.
if you are using a splitter from the phone jack please make sure it is properly seated.

Feb 12, 2009 | Westell Wirespeed LiteLine 6100...

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my linksys router keeps dropping connectivity to the internet


does your router and your landline phone is in one connection in with a splitter..
does connection failed whenever there's a call?
if so your splitter might be broken
or you must insert your phone line with the splitter, it might be in your connection set up..
or make sure your utp cable is stable and not in exposure area of people or pet where it might be touch or something..

hope this helps...

Jan 13, 2009 | Linksys BEFSR41 Cable/DSL Router W/4 Port...

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