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Use the Windows Fax Service on a ADSL line

Modem not recognise the phone signal. I have used a single and a Y filter with the same results.

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Go to Control Panel
Phone and Modem Options
Click modem tab its the middle tab
Properties
query modem.

See what results you get.

there may be a modem, or it n ot be installed properly.

Posted on Dec 09, 2007

  • Sean Treacy Dec 09, 2007

    There may be a modem problem is what he last line shoud be sayng

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Do i need a spechel line for a fax ore it can be a reguler phone line ?


A regular Analogue phone line.
Analogue ! Not a PABX phone line which is most likely Digital .
IF using ADSL you need an ADSL filter and need to put FAX line into Phone part of Filter.

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What happen when a adsl line work with a phone but not with a router


The phone line does two jobs. Voice phone which is what it was originally used for and ADSL modem which works at a high audio frequency.
Somewhere between the phone socket and the modem should be a filter splitter. One part goes to the phone and the other to the router. Make sure you have that.
The modem will have a power light and several additional lights. Assuming the power light is on we are interested in two of them; The ADSL light and the Internet light. When you switch the modem on you should first see the power light flash then go solid. Then the ADSL light will flash and then this should go solid. If this light does not come on then you have not plugged the phone wire in properly. If this light just keeps flashing slowly then the modem can't see an ADSL signal on the phone line. If you have a spare router you could try it and see if the ADSL light goes solid on that.
If the ADSL light is fine then the modem has locked onto the signal on the phone line, sync'ed. If not then this is the problem you must solve. Ask your ISP if service is set on your line.
The next light is the Internet light, this maybe a symbol like an i or a world. This light will begin flashing then go solid. It will flash with Internet traffic. This means you have Internet, as far as the modem is concerned. If this light does not stay on then your ADSL account name and password maybe wrong. You can correct this but that's a different question you need to ask.

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My M1255nf works fine except that since we moved last month, when I get ready to send a fax the line is very noisey even with the phone line removed. I tried replacing the fax card but still same noise. I...


Hello,
Do you have ADSL internet in your new place? If so you will need an ADSL filter plugged into the phone outlet and plugged into your fax machine. so it would look like phone wall jack--->filter-->fax machine.
ADSL internet creates it own jabber or digital noise in the line and the filter will stop your a analog device from hearing the noise. If you don't have a filter for your phone as well, you should get one. Without filters your ADSL internet will be slower as well. Your ADSL modem should have came with at least 4 filters, if not they can be purchased at your local Bestbuy, staples or computer place. NOTE: Filters only work if you have ADSL or DSL internet.
If you do not have ADSL or DSL internet and still have noise you may have to call your phone service provider to get them to diagnose your line issues. They can fix some noise issues from their end.
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Does Your DSL filter work for any analog modem attempting to send a fax (via fax software) using a DSL phone line?


Hello, Thanks for allowing me to help.

Sending a FAx over a telephone using adsl can be tricky, using a filter will help but you might want to make sure your baud rates are low, TRY 9600 baud, if you get any higher then that your filter might not filter it out and thus confusing the adsl connection.

I know mine works fine, make sure your fax is plugged into the TELEPHONE side of the filter!

I use 9600kbps , I do not recommend going any higher then that.

If that does not work you going to need to try another filter, last but not least call the telephone company if you are loosing connection.

Thanks for the questions, I hope my answer was Very Helpful.

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How to connect the telephone lines


Please let the fax line be connected to computer itself do not remove , In the DSL line you get a splitter which the lines for phone and ADSL modem connect the splitter to DSL Line and from the Splitter you 2 o/p ports with phone marking or symbol connect the phone line to it and to line port connect the main 8957and then to ADSL line to ADSL modem from the ADSL modem connect to lan port which is behind the computer (not to dial up modem
i.e is fax line ) or the usb port in the computer ...

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I can only send faxes and not receive them


As far as point 1, you might want to check out this web page at HP.com:

Faxes can be received but not sent

Point 2. I have two "out" phone ports on my ADSL modem. I use one to plug it the 6110 into the modem. I do have an ADSL filter one one of my phone jacks. but I believe the modem contains one as well for phone devices directly connected to it.

Point 3. Yes. Obviously, if you are on a phone call, you won't be able to receive a fax, but if no phone call is in progress, a fax can come in just fine. Having a fax machine is just like having more than one phone in the house.

Hope this helps. Post your results back here. Good luck.

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 Must have DSL filter attached before fax, not sure how you are saying you have it setup, but phone line should come from wall then to filter then to fax socket marked line, phone should be hooked to socket on fax marked EXT, if you dont have dedicated fax line then fax number will be same as phone no.

 

If you have Adsl then there will be a lead from wall that splits into two, one goes to your modem (ADSL) and the other marke phone or line needs to go to fax socket marked LINE

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