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Ricoh Afcia 1013F Need to change Modem Speed for Use with VoIP

I need to change the baud rate to 14.4Kbps and I can't find information anywhere how to do this. Is their a manual, besides the user guide, that tells you how to get in maintenance mode? What settings work best with VoIP?

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  • zachwilcox Oct 15, 2008

    Is there any way to change the Baud rate regardless?

  • zachwilcox Oct 15, 2008

    No I don't. Will that slow the baud rate? Can you tell me how this is done?

  • zachwilcox Oct 15, 2008

    Do you know how to adjust the baud rate on aa Ricoh Afcio 1013F as well?

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That fax modem isn't compatible with VoIP. You need a seperate analog phone line to get it to work.

The maximum baud rate for faxing on that machine is 9600kbps.

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  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Oct 15, 2008

    That copier can only go up to 9600 at the maximum. It is set at the maximum speed by default.



    14.4 is an unusual speed for faxing on.



  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Oct 15, 2008

    There are two different fax options for that particular series of copiers.



    I think yours is a B465 unit. If that is the unit, it can go up to 33.6. Do you know how to set the bit swithes?





  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Oct 15, 2008

    33.6 is fast. How it works is you set the modem for that fastest speed possible. It tries to connect to the modem at 33.6. If it can't handshake at that speed it drops down to the next speed. It keeps this up until it can find the fastest speed possible between the two machine. If the other machine can only connect at 9600, it may take a few minutes for it to find the correct handshake because it has to go through 11 attempts to handshake. Sometimes that can time out a modem and it will disconnect it.



    It's complicated to set it up, but this is how service mode works.



    To get into it press the





    1. Ensure that the machine is in standby mode.
    2. Press clearm mode button, then press 107 then hold down
    clear/stop button for more than 3 seconds.
    The SP mode main menu appears.
    3. Press 2 to enter the fax service mode.



    You need to set the G3 switch 05 to:



    Bit 3 = 0

    Bit 2 = 1

    Bit 1 = 1

    Bit 0 = 0



    Do not change bits 4 & 5.





    That will change the initial rate on the fax machine to 14.4



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9600 is a good choice becasue the industry minimum is 9600. This means you will be able to communicate pretty much any fax thats is still tickin today. Raising the speed will get you a faster transfer but will also increase the chance that you are sending data at a faster rate than the recieving fax can send.

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