As yet I have not found a solution. I have done everything suggested by your expert and I have had no joy from MyNetFone, Exetel or NettComm. These three can only suggest altering MTUs or/and VOiP QOS figures. Exetel say it is not a conflict of ports. Maybe I have to adjust some entries in my email clients options. I shall try in the morning. Cheers. Geoff (Silvertop).
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If you are using the google chrome browser, there are a number of issues that would cause that error. I would try testing with another browser to see if you can connect. ( IE, firefox, opera.) if you can get to the net with another browser, google has posted this info.
Even though you have internet, have you connected a phone line? Most fax machines/software rely on the phone line. I don't know how you are sending a fax. If you are sending a fax directly from an all-in-one, you'll need to connect the phone line to the back of that device. If you're sending a fax using a program on the computer, you'll need to connect the phone to the back of the computer.
You can temporarily disconnect your land-line phone and connect it to the all-in-one or computer. Just remember to reconnect it when you are done so you can receive phone calls.
there are several types of patch cables, but basically there are 2 general types: one for servers (they keep the websites) and for computers. the servers need to communicate with each other in order to be in sync. so some cables are switched in one end. The computers just want to receive and send data; it does not care about sync.