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Computers, modems,printers I have 2 problems.#1 i have a 2wire2700hg-e modem and a canonmx310 printer,fax copier.I would like to hook up a fax phone into the loop and I'm not sure how to hook up.My second problem is,,,everytime I start up my computer whether I'm online or off the application svchost asks my firewall for several approvals to connect to the internet.I'm concerned that it's some kind of spyware or rootkit.Thanks,,rickconstantin@hotmail.com,or kingskidministries@hotmail.com

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Hello kingskidrick,

If you want to hook up a fax phone into the loop, first thing you have to do is get an ADSL filter from your ISP or wherever you think it is available. Make a parallel connection from the telephone cable, connect this filter's input to telephone and the output of the filter ( marked as telephone) should be connected to fax phone.

Thank you.

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