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Four way calling

Im not sure you can help but i wondered if you could tell me how to call three others on the telephone

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When you conference two lines or more together you get what you call line loss which makes the audio levels deteriorate. So to conference yourself and three others properly you may have to try a few different options to get the performance you want out of the conference call. Many phones/phone systems have three way calling which connects you and two others, so depending on the calls you wish to connect, an option would be to have one of your callers actively participate in the conference connection procedure. For example. You have a two line phone with a conference feature. So you call person A on one line and person B on the other, then hit the conference key. Now you have "Y" (yourself) and person A and B speaking together via the conference feature on your telephone. Now all you need is person A or B to have the same two line setup with the conference feature and they make the third call to person C and hit their conference button, now all four (Y,A,B&C) of you all talking together. If it is not possible to have one of the callers do this, you will need to have at least three phone lines and a phone that will enable you to have four way calling. However, you may want to dial 611 from your telephone, and try to get to a service rep., your local phone company may have some options for you. However, rather than investing in costly phone equipment, it might be cheaper to use a call conferencing service. They are fairly cost effective, and you basically have the three other partys call a toll free number at a specified time and you call get conferenced together for a fee. And last, you may want to research some VOIP options if all the partys have high speed connections. Good Luck

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I cant send a fax or reseave one


Sir/Madam

Solution one: Check the fax connections Use the following steps to check the physical connections, and then use the HP Fax Test Service.

Step one: Check the physical connections

  1. Disconnect the telephone cord from the HP fax product, and then examine the connector on the end of the cord. Make sure that the cord has only two wires. Figure 1: Two-wire telephone cord

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  1. Four-wire telephone cordGraphic: Four-wire telephone cordIf the cord has four wires, replace it with a two-wire phone cord.
    If you must use a cord with four wires, use the converter that shipped with product. The converter allows a cord with four wires to work with a device that requires a cord with two wires.
  2. Connect one end of the telephone cord to the telephone jack, and then connect the other end of the cord to the port labeled 1-Line on the back of the HP fax product.
    Figure 3: Fax only


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  1. 1 - Telephone jack2 - Two-wire telephone cord to 1-Line
  2. Connect a single-line telephone to the 2-Ext port on the back of the HP fax product.
    Figure 4: Fax and telephon


  3. 1 - Telephone jack2 - Two-wire telephone cord to 1-Line
  4. Connect a single-line telephone to the 2-Ext port on the back of the HP fax product.
    Figure 4: Fax and telephone

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1 - Telephone jack 2 - Two-wire telephone cord to 1-Line
3 - Telephone
If other devices need to use the same telephone jack, make sure that they are connected to the 2-Ext port on the back of the HP fax product.
Figure 5: Fax with answering machine and telephone


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  1. 1 - Telephone jack2 - Telephone cord from 2-Ext
    3 - Optional telephone cord to telephone
    4 - Optional telephone
    5 - Answering machine
    6 - Two-wire telephone cord to 1-Line
  2. Pick up the telephone receiver and listen for a dial tone. Make sure that you can dial out using the telephone keypad.
    If there is a dial tone and you can dial out using the telephone, the HP fax product is connected correctly to a working telephone cord and telephone jack. If there is no dial tone, check the configuration again and make sure that it is set up correctly.If You Still Having Hp Printer Problem Then Visit Official HP Printer Website On Below Link URL http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&lc=en&docname=c02263145
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I have an HP 2510 printer. I cannot use it to fax because once I plug the phone jack into the printer I get a busy signal. If I plug the jack into a phone, it works fine. How do I get the printer to...


Hi irwinbadin,

HP fax products are designed so that other telephone equipment can be connected on the same line as the fax. The unit must be connected first using a two-conductor fax/phone cable like the one that shipped with the HP product. Using a four-conductor telephone cable may cause problems receiving faxes or calls.

There are two different types of phone cables. There are two-conductor phone cables like what originally shipped with the HP fax product and there are four-conductor cables. HP fax products are designed to work with a two-conductor phone cable. Look at the end of the cable and verify that it has only two copper leads or wires. Replace any four-conductor cables with a two-conductor cable. Only two-conductor phone cables should be used to connect the all-in-one to the phone line.

Figure 1: The difference between a two-conductor phone cable and a four-conductor phone cable
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Step one: Connect the phone line to the fax
The fax will have two or three sockets (or jacks) for phone lines. Some of these may have a removable plastic plug in them. These sockets will be labeled with text, To Wall Jack , or with a graphic of the wall jack. See Figure 1 below.

Plug the two-conductor telephone cable that came with the HP product into the telephone wall jack. Then, plug it into this socket as shown below.

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In areas with above ground telephone lines and electrical storms (lightning), it is a good idea to purchase a telephone line surge suppressor and connect it between the telephone wall jack and the fax. This will help prevent damage to the fax from a lightning-caused power surge on the phone line.

Step two: Add other phone-line devices
To connect other telephone devices, use the other socket (or sockets) on the fax. These are identified by text or with a graphic of a telephone and/or computer.

Connect a caller ID unit between the fax and the telephone.
Use the information below that matches the devices you need to connect.

Fax and telephone
Connect a single-line telephone to one of the added sockets on the fax. The telephone will share the same phone line as the fax. See the illustration below.

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Fax, answering machine, and telephone
When a telephone answering machine and telephone are connected, connect the answering machine to the fax and then connect the telephone to the answering machine as shown below.

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Fax and computer modem
To use a fax and a computer modem on the same phone line, connect the fax to the computer modem. The modem socket on the computer may be labeled Line or Wall jack .

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Fax, computer modem, and telephone
To use a computer modem and a telephone with the fax, connect the computer modem to the fax. Then, connect the telephone into the second phone line connector on the computer modem or the third fax socket (if it is available). The image below shows how to connect a computer and a telephone to a fax with two sockets.

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Fax, modem, answering machine, and telephone
The image below shows how to connect a computer modem, answering machine, and telephone to a fax. Connect the computer modem to the fax, then connect the answering machine to the computer, and finally, connect the telephone to the answering machine.
If the fax has three phone line sockets instead of two, some of the devices can be connected to the other phone socket on the fax.

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Hope it helps.

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I have been on many sites with Cat 5 systems. What I cannot understand is why are the sockets numbered oddly i.e 1--6 2--7 3--8 etc. Instead of 1--2 3--4 5--6 etc.


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Cat 5 (and higher) cables consist of four twisted pairs. The idea is, that disturbances by magnetic fields compensate each other this way. I suppose that the arrangement of the wire on the plugs and jack come from good ols analogue days, where the telephone-call was only on two wires (=one pair). To keep it as undisturbed as possible, the center of the plug (pins 4 and 5 on a rj45) was used. The next pair was spread over them and therefore used pins 3 and 6. Pair three was put on pin 1 and 2, and pai four on pins 7 and 8.
hth, Karl

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Cannot receive faxes


Step one: Check the fax number
Make sure the fax number is correct; include any numbers that you have to dial to use the telephone, such as an area code, access codes for outside lines or long-distance services, and so on. If you have to dial a particular sequence of numbers to make a telephone call from that telephone line, you also have to dial that sequence of numbers to send a fax.
If the issue is resolved, you do not need to continue troubleshooting.
If the number is correct, continue to the next step.
Step two: Dial the number manually
Instead of using a speed dial setting or sending the fax from the computer, dial the number manually from the product control panel.
If the fax sends when you dial the number from the control panel, follow these steps to recreate the speed dial setting and insert pauses in the number.
On the product control panel, press the Setup button.
Press the Left Arrow button ( ) or Right Arrow button ( ) until Speed Dial Setup appears on the control panel display, and then press the OK button.
Press the Left Arrow button ( ) or Right Arrow button ( ) until Individual Speed Dial appears on the control panel display, and then press the OK button.
Press the Left Arrow button ( ) or Right Arrow button ( ) to select an unassigned speed dial entry, and then press the OK button.
Use the product keypad to enter any numbers that must be inserted before the fax number, such as an area code or access codes for outside lines or long-distance services, and then press the Redial/Pause button to insert a pause.
Enter the rest of the fax number, using the Redial/Pause button to insert pauses between the numbers, and then press the OK button.
Enter the name of the speed dial setting, and then press the OK button to save the speed dial setting.
Try to send the fax again.
If the issue is resolved , you do not need to continue troubleshooting.
If the issue is not resolved , continue to the next step.
Step three: Run a fax diagnostic test
Press the On button ( ) to turn on the product, and then make sure the product is correctly connected to the telephone jack.
Make sure that there is plain white paper in the input tray.
On the product control panel, press 6 , and then press 6 again.
This selects the Tools menu and then selects Run Fax Test .
The fax diagnostic test page prints.
Review the results of the test.
If the result of the fax diagnostic test is All Pass , skip to Step four: Reinitialize the fax.
If the result of the fax diagnostic test is a failure, a page prints that describes the issue and offers possible solutions. Follow the solutions on the printout.
If the solutions on the printout resolve the issue, you do not need to continue troubleshooting.
If the solutions on the printout do not resolve the issue, continue to the next step.
Step four: Reinitialize the fax
While the product is on, disconnect the power cord from the back of the product and from the electrical outlet.
Make sure that the telephone cord is fully inserted into the port labeled 1-Line on the back of the product.
Connect the power cord to the back of the product, and then connect the power cord to the electrical outlet.
When the product is in the ready state, try to send and receive a fax again.
If the issue is resolved , you do not need to continue troubleshooting.
If the issue is not resolved , continue to the next step.
Step five: Test the send/receive functions
Use the product keypad to send a fax. Watch the product control panel display and listen to the sounds the product makes.
If the product is working correctly, the following events occur.
When the product begins to dial, a dial tone is audible, followed by the sound of the product dialing. A Dialing message appears on the control panel display.
When the receiving fax answers the call, the product and the fax exchange tones. A Connecting message appears on the control panel display. During this phase, the product and the fax compare capabilities, exchange information about how to send the fax, and try to establish a reliable transmission speed.
After the connection is established, the product sends the pages of the document. Messages appear on the control panel display that indicate the status, such as Sending page 1 .
Review the results of the fax.
If the fax is transmitted successfully, continue to the next step.
If there is no audible dial tone or the receiving fax does not answer the call, try sending the fax to a different destination. If this second attempt also fails, continue to the next step.
If the receiving fax answers the call and begins beeping, but the Connecting message does not appear on the product control panel display, the product is not detecting the tones from the receiving fax. Continue to the next step.
Step six: Use an analog telephone service
HP Fax and All-in-One products are designed to work with analog telephone services and might experience some difficulties when they are connected to phone lines with digital services. Make sure the product is connected to an analog telephone service.
To obtain digital services information or support, contact the telephone service provider or system administrator.
Step seven: Check the phone cord and fax connections
Disconnect the telephone cord, and then examine the connector on the end of the cord. Make sure the cord only has two wires.
Figure 1: Telephone cord with two wires
Figure 2: Telephone cord with four wires
If the cord has four wires, replace it with a two-wire telephone cord.
If you must use a cord with four wires, use the converter that shipped with product. The converter allows a cord with four wires to work with a device that requires a cord with two wires.
Make sure the fax is connected directly to the telephone jack by a telephone cord. Connect the cord to the 1-Line port on the back of the product.
Figure 3: Fax only
1 - Telephone jack
2 - Telephone line
3 - 1-Line
4 - 2-Ext
If other devices need to use the same telephone jack, make sure they are connected to the 2-Ext port on the back of the product.
Connect a single-line telephone to 2-Ext , and then pick up the receiver and listen for a dial tone. Make sure you are able to dial out using the telephone keypad. If you hear a dial tone and are able to dial out using the phone, the product is properly connected to a working telephone cord and telephone jack.
Figure 4: Fax and telephone
1 - Telephone jack
2 - Telephone line
3 - 1-Line
4 - 2-Ext
5 - Telephone
Figure 5: Fax and PC or modem
1 - Telephone jack
2 - Telephone line
3 - 1-Line
4 - 2-Ext
5 - PC or modem
If you change any cable connections, try sending and receiving a fax again to make sure that the issue is resolved.
If the issue is resolved , you do not need to continue troubleshooting.
If the issue is not resolved , continue to the next step.
Step eight: Remove any other devices from the telephone line
If any other devices, such as a telephone, an answering machine, or a modem, are connected to the telephone line, remove each device.
NOTE: Remove each device even if it is in another room, connected to another telephone jack, or connected using a line splitter.
Connect the product to an analog telephone line by connecting one end of the two-wire telephone cord directly to the telephone jack and then connecting the other end of the telephone cable directly to the 1-Line port on the back of the product.
Try to send a fax again.
If the issue is resolved , you do not need to continue troubleshooting.
If the issue is not resolved , continue to the next step.
Step nine: Perform a partial reset of the product
A partial reset of the product returns all fax settings to the default values. It might be necessary to reset the language and country/region settings after the partial reset is complete.
Disconnect the power cord from the back of the product.
Wait 20 seconds, and then press and hold # and 3 on the product control panel.
Connect the power cord to the back of the product, and then release the buttons when the product turns on.
The product is reset to factory defaults.
Try to send and receive faxes again. If the problem still exists, continue to the next step.
Step ten: Service the product
If you have completed all the steps listed above and are still experiencing a problem, service the product.

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