The best solution I use is Smart Net Monitor, which is supplied with the Ricoh disks or can be downloaded from www.ricoh-usa.com . First you need to install the lan fax driver, after that then install Smartnet Monitor.
From there click start, and then control panel, then printers and faxes, then right click on the Ricoh LAN fax driver, from there click properties, click ports, then click add a port, under available ports you will see smartnet port (highlite) and then select new port, a new box will come up and then select search, the software will then make the connection and add the port. Besure to click ok and apply and then you are connected
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Re: configuration of LAN fax
You must have Lan fax drivers for Your machine.
I dont know which type of machine You have.
1. Connect Your machine in network.
2.Install Drivers for LAN Fax( same procedure when installing new printer. You must choose new port,TCP IP port an enter IP adress of Fax. Then probably You can open home page of your fax in ie browser when enter IP adress, and configure it.Or find some configuration utility for your fax if already connected and installed.
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The user of the remote machine has pressed that machine's Stop key causing the session to be prematurely terminated. Alternatively: the remote fax machine determined there was a feature incompatibility between the two machines and has terminated the session. An example would be when the local machine wanted to initiate polling, but the remote machine did not support this mode of operation.
1. Confirm the remote user is not inadvertently attempting to poll transmit from the local machine, instead of transmitting to the local machine. This mode of operation must be specially configured on the local machine. If poll transmission from the local machine is the desired mode of operation, confirm the local machine has been configured for this operation.
2. Reconfigure the local fax machine to use different configuration settings, toggle the ECM state and/or select a slower reception speed
To receive a fax, first check to see if your telephone line has the capacity to send and receive faxes, a "conventional modem" sometimes is necessary, that may have changed with VOIP . Make sure to configure printer for faxing and that the Fax icon appears in the Printer/Fax window.. Follow all the basic set up steps to configure Fax, making sure all options are set correctly to enable where required. You might call your local phone company and ask them what you need to hook up a fax capable printer...or ask the manufacturer for the specifics of configuration for faxing.
1 Click Start/Programs or All Programs/Accessories/Communications/Fax, and then click Fax Console.
2 In Fax Console, click Configure Fax on the Tools menu to start the Fax Configuration
3. On the Transmitting Subscriber Identification (TSID) screen, type the identification information (usually your fax number and your name or business name) in the TSID box. This information will appear in the header area of the faxes you send and identifies your
fax machine to the person who receives your faxes.
Go to user tools-key op tools-network-tcp ip- ip address put the appropiate info in.(including gateway address.) then type the ip address into the top portion of a web browser an you should be in web image monitor. you configure the printer there. User name is admin no password. -Carl
The wireless network (router) has a different IP address, than your 'hard-wired" connection, so the destinations will need to be re-programmed to match the new IP address of your server (or individual workstations), depending on how it was set up.