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PRINTING HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE ROUTER.
BUT SENDING THROUGH THE ROUTER DOES.
have you set up the router to accept faxes.IT SHOULD AUTOMATICALLY SEND FAXES IF THE ROUTER IS SET UP CORRECTLY.YOU COULD HAVE CORRUPTION ON THE ROUTER OR PC PORTS.UNINSTALLING AND REINSTALLING HARDWARE AND OR SOFTWARE WILL RESET EVERYTHING.IF THIS DOESN'T RIGHT IT YOU'VE GOT REAL PROBLEMS WITH EITHER YOUR COMPUTER OR ROUTERS.THEY SHOULD HAVE LIFE TIME WARRANTY SEND BACK TO MANUFACTURER.
You need to enter the router configuration. How you do this varies by
model, but usually involves typing your gateway address into a web
browser. Then, you need to assign your Ps3 an internal IP address and
activate port triggering or forwarding (depending on the sophistication
of your device) to send information on the designated ports to the Ps3
I had the same problem, where I thought I needed to open the ports on my Wireless-G (for bittorrent downloads). Turns out, I had to open the ports on my DSL modem instead. After that, the port forwarding worked properly.
There are numerous ports used and methods to send and recieve e-mail my setup uses the pop / smtp method where I believe the default ports are 110 / 25 however my ISP uses two other ports. Routers with port filtering enabled may allow 110 and 25 by default but are unlikely to permit other ports chosen by your or my ISP. The riskier change is to disable all port filtering. The safer option would be to open the ports required by your ISP (as well as closing the default ports that are unused).
In order to achieve this we will need to determine the ports you utilize for e-mail.
We will need to be able to access the router for configuration with a web browser.
A second option is that your computer has a firewall blocking your e-mail ports. However if this were true your e-mail would never work. The process is similar to the router in that the required ports would need to be open or the e-mail program given permission to access the internet in your computer's firewall program.
This could be a lengthy process determining your e-mail client accessing the configuration to determine the ports used. Determining if the router and/or the internal firewall are the issue and making the appropriate changes to one or both as determined necessary. If you, your neighbor or a friend is knowledgeable in these areas it may be easier to have them assist than to do this over the web.
If you wish for me to attempt to assist further I need to know what your e-mail program is? Do you have a firewall or internet security / anti virus product on your computer? What is it's name? Please include the model number of your belkin router.
In some circumstances NETGEAR routers check to ensure the source and destination of email messages are not the same address. If this happens, the router's logging messages are discarded. (The Reference Manual is not clear on this.) An easy way to solve this is to choose a different email server for the router's "Send to This E-mail Address" field. So if "Your Outgoing Mail Server" is mail.myisp.com (as shown in the manual) then DO NOT use email@example.com for the "Send to This E-mail Address" field. Instead, use an email account you have on another server, such as hotmail. E.g., make the send field firstname.lastname@example.org.The other way to solve this is to explicitly open the ports for SMTP and POP, 110 and 25. By default, these ports are closed on NETGEAR routers. (Other, non-NETGEAR related email problems are also solved by opening these ports.)