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I have a phone line hooked to my modem, is there anywhere on the back of the computer i can plug the phone itself?

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It depends on the modem. If yours has a phone out jack it'll be next to the line in jack.

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Can not get a dial tone. Phone appears to be off the hook. How do I trouble shoot it?


Unplug the phone line from the fax machine. Wait at least 1 minute then call the phone number that goes to the fax machine from another line such as a cell phone. Make sure you get a ring and not a busy signal. If you get a ring then hang up the phone. Plug in the fax machine again and call the fax number again. If you get a busy signal then either your phone if off the hook, the switch that is actuated when the phone is placed in the cradle is bad or your modem in the fax machine itself has gone bad. Another thing to try is unplug the fax machines power cord for 30 seconds then plug it back in. I have seen the modems get "locked up" and keep the phone line open. Unplugging will sometimes reset this and get it working again.
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Is there anywhere on the back of the computer i can plug a phone


some computers have ..but it is just for dial up connection to the internet ..if you have a line in the modem.. and your provider supports phone lines..you can use that with no problems ..but get in touch with the provider and make a demand in this sense..

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Your connections are screwed up. Call your cable company for help in getting you straightened out.

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I have a computer, a all-in-one printer, a phone line, and a cable modem. how do i make this work? there is no phone jack in the modem.


Okay... Let's see if I can help you out.

Yes, your cable modem should have a phone jack on it. Are you sure it's a modem and not a router? Do you have phone service through your cable company? If so, your modem should be phone ready. Just checking..... :-)

The first thing you want to do is get your computer completely set up and ready to run (do not turn on yet). Just make sure all components are plugged in. Everything should be color coded and different sizes & shapes making it virtually impossible to cross anything accidentally. Your mouse and keyboard should be the only two components having the same kind of connection but they are color coded on the connectors and behind the computer too. No worries!!! :-)

Next, get your modem hooked up. Plug in power cord and attach cable wire into the back of the modem. Next you'll need an Ethernet wire to go from the back of your modem to your computer. If you're not familliar with ethernet - it looks like a phone cord only bigger.

Next get your printer wires hooked up to your computer as per directions for your specific unit. Should be fairly simple.

Once you have everything connected, power up your modem. Once it's finished booting up, turn on your computer. Once your computer is completely finished booting up, Turn on your all-in-one. Your computer should now be showing...Found New Hardware. Follow on screen prompts.

I hope this info was helpful to you. If you do need further assistance don't hesitate to ask. If needed, I'll give you my # so I can walk you through it over the phone.

Good Luck!

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How to hook up a PS3 wired. internet is cable but how fast i dont know.


you need an DSL cable modem. chance are if you have cox's cable inter net then you can just take the cable that looks like a phone plug form your computer and plug it into you ps3 the unplug the modem the plug it back in and the you are good. but you can not get on line with your cpu until oyu hoke the modem back up

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No directions for attaching a phone line to mfc 240c.


small phone line goes from your wall switch to the rear of your ADSL modem, then the fatter wire goes from the modem to the input on the rear of your computer.
If it is wireless modem,,and you have a wireless connection on your computer then it should discover the connection by itself, after hooking all the wires up properly

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CAN'T GET FAX WORKING.


If it's answering on your main number, then you are not plugged into the fax jack. You should have a separate phone jack for fax. If you have internet phone there should be a second jack on the back of your phone box. You can test that you have a functioning second line by plugging the fax into it and using the fax unit to dial your home number.

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To start with please make sure it says router on it as the title says "Networking Hub". These are two different devices. If not return the Hub and purchase a Linksys Router then follow instructions below.

Assuming you have a router:

Before you begin unplug the power from the Cable or DSL Modem before you start as they will have to be powered on in a particular order I will discuss later.

Your cable or DSL modem will have a cable coming out of it that looks similar to a phone line except a little larger. The cable will say CAT5 or CAT6 or Ethernet on it.

On your Linksys Router there will be a ports/jack that you can plug the Cable into from your Cable/DSL Modem. You want to look for one labled "WAN" or "Internet". Plug it in then plug in the power to your Cable or DSL Modem. When the "Ready" light is on the modem, plug in the power cable to your router.

The next step is hooking it up to your computer. There will be anywhere from 1 to 8 more ports available on your Router that is number 1,2,3,4, etc. Plug another Ethernet Cable into any one of those ports. With the other end plug it into your PC or Laptop, there is only one port/jack on your computer that this plug will fit in. Power up your PC and voila, you should be on the Internet.

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No filter


There you go. Stop by Radio Shack and pick up a DSL filter and hook it up to the wall outlet of your fax machine. If the DSL modem is next to your fax machine, plug the fax machine into the outlet marked as phone.

I just got done doing this to both of my offices. Typically the phone company will use your fax line to piggyback the DSL. All you have to do is make sure your DSL modem output goes to the fax line either through the wiring block in your office or directly to the back of the modem itself.

That way you won't need the filter.

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Telephone dont work


That light is indicating that you have a phone off the hook, a short in one of your phone lines, or a bad modem. Unplug the phone line from the back of the modem. If it stays solid, plug it back in and go and disconnect every phone in your house. If it stays solid you have a phone issue. Plug them back in one-by-one and see which one causes it to start blinking. If it doesn't go away after unplugging all your phones, you have a phone line issue. If it is still blinking after unplugging the phone line from your modem, your modem is bad.

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