Question about IP Phones
I currently have a Panasonic plain paper fax and copier as well as my Lexmark All in one Printer/Fax. I really want to be able to utilize both of my fax setups here at home, but I am aware that Im using a Digital (VOIP) phone line versus an analog fax machine as well as a V.90 56k modem. I can either use my V.90 56K modem through the computer or use my fax machine, which both of them will dial out the number of the other party; but the other partys FAX machine does not recognize the digital signal, so it fails to go through. I have done some research on the problem at hand, I read up on something called an ATA box; but im not sure if thats going to solve my problem or not. I need something thats not to exspensive that will work for home office use. I am running Windows XP service pack 3, and I am using Clearwire Wireless internet access. I understand that using wireless connections arent good either for what im trying to do, but surely it can be done i would think. Please help.
Holy ****, just google 'magic jack fax' and you'll get all the info you need. digital, analog, who cares, just do it.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
Im afraid you cannot use the magic jack as a fax feature, though you can use this to place a call but not as a fax, though you can try this steps
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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