After about an hour and a half on the phone with Vonage who then set up a conference call with Epson the Epson Stylus CX9400Fax Series still isn't sending or receiving. In each direction the result is "A communication error has occurred during the fax transaction Error 0400. We changed all the settings during the phone conversation. We reset back to the factory defaults and still the same response. Someone help please!! Vonage did fix the one part which was each time the machine rang it went to their voice mail. That doesn't happen anymore. It goes directly to the fax machine as it is supposed to do.
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check and verify that the land line is correctly plugged into the right connector at the back of the fax.. secondly check that you actually have a dial tone.. this is not a fax problem.. its a connectivity problem.. Smiles
I too was having the same problem. We too have a wireless router hooked up. However, that had nothing to do with the problem. Our problem was that the top phone line port on the fax machine should run to the phone jax in the wall. The bottom phone line port on the machine should run to the phone. We had them switched around.
the printing wizard it has the size choice ...but the actual size its established by the limitations of the printer ..anyway all documents may be re-sized in the computer and than printed...even in pieces and reattached after if the printer supports only A4 paper maximum
Only real solution I know would be to get rid of Vonage. All experiences with Vonage has left a bad taste in my mouth. Regardless of your broadband speed, Vonage uses open internet and is subject to network problems. Fax's require Real-Time communication/transmission control, which is, thus far, not available with Vonage.