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Based on, how long it takes you to get to the phone. I would say 4, just because if it rings more the that, my guess would be that you do not have a answer machine. Also, with clear, we like to the voicemail set to 4 rings. But it is up to you on how many rings, but for most common, 4 rings. Hope this helps
Hi, the problem is unlikely to be related to your wireless router and more likely your internet modem.
If sounds like you are most likely on a DSL internet connection.
If you have a DSL modem, you need to have a filter on your phones in the house to prevent internet disconnecting. Usually you get one with your adsl modem, but if you need more or if you did not get one you can purchase them from any computer store and possibly an electronics or even supermarket. They are very cheap.
>first run fax test, press set up go to tools menu then select run fax test,all entries should be pass >then check your connections, do you have one line or number for your fax and phone?or a separate line or another number for fax and another number for phone? >let me assume you only have one number for fax and phone.. >check connections, this should be downstream connection, the fax machine using the black phone cord provided by hp should be connected directly to the phone jack using line 1 at the back of the fax and the answering machine or the telephone should be connected to ext 2 or line 2 at the back of the fax...there should be no other devices phone or answering machine connected directly to the phone jack. >next set rings to answer on the fax machine higher than the answering machine...if your rings to answer on answering machine is 4 rings, set the fax to 6 rings...if it is a voice call the answering machine will pick it up at 4 rings then if it detects that it it a fax tone then it will transfer the call to fax. >also check if auto answer is on in your fax >you can check auto answer and rings to answer by pressing set up or menu button on your machine look for it in basic fax settings or advance settings >also check if your voice prompt for your answering machine is not too short there should be like at least 5 seconds after cutting your message to allow the machine to transfer the call to the fax if it is a fax tone.
The easiest thing to do is use Direct Pickup Feature.
When the phone is ringing dial Feature 76
Dial internal number of a phone that is ringing (also refered as extension number)
You just answered a ringing phone at your desk.
If you have login information for Feature **config, I can help you set up your phone to be ringing as well.
If you have a catch a call max, this happens because the catch a call
is too sensitive to the phone company's signal, you can lower the
sensitivty of the catch a call by dialing ###3. You can get the catch a
call max manual here
have u got a modem to your laptop or pc so it will stop the phine interferring with the internet connection. if u dont have a modem and your laptops a dial up connection the phone WILL make u *** offline. i would buy a router or ask a computer man to fix a modem to your internet wires so the phone wont take u offline.
I've found this to be a problem with regular phone lines (POTS) and
Uniden phones. Uniden phones do not seem to support 90v @ 20hz ringing
voltage / frequency. They work fine in every aspect except for
ringing. These phones do work well with voip, where you aren't
connected to the telephone company and have calls routed over the
internet. The boxes that handle the voip calls generally produce less
than 90v and work well w/ Uniden phones.