Question about Conexant CX11252-11 Modem

1 Answer

Which port? Hi Which port do i plug the phone line lead into the one on the left or the right?

Posted by on

1 Answer

Support Window XP

Posted on May 28, 2008

1 Suggested Answer

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi,
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
goodluck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Where is the aux port so i can plug in my own music from like my phone?


Aux port will be on the back. Any one of the "LINE INPUT" inserts will work. You will most likely need a Y adaptor that goes from a 3.55mm plug to a left and right RCA plug.

Jun 19, 2016 | Marantz SR-5000

1 Answer

When I try to send a fax on my lexmark x4650 it has error no dial tone?


If you are getting "no dial tone" as an error on your fax machine, it means that you have the telephone cord plugged into the wrong port on it.

Turn the printer around so that you can see the back of it. If you look closely, there should be three ports to choose from in which you connect a telephone cord. Sometimes they put a little white plastic piece in the ports to keep them clean during shipping ect. If this is the case, go ahead and remove them now.


If you look closely at each port , you might notice that they have text or pictures right above or below them to tell you which one to use. let me explain; if you have one telephone line and wish to use it for both fax and voice calls - you will need more than one port. That's why they mark them.

One of the ports should say "line" or have a picture with a funny little symbol on it. This is the port that you would use if you want to fax someone using your printer. You plug your phone cord into this port on your printer.

One of the ports should say "phone" or have a picture of a telephone by it. This port is used when you want to share a single phone line with both your fax machine and telephone used for making voice calls. To split your line between both fax and phone, you plug your phone cord from the wall into the port marked "line" and take a second phone cord and plug it into the port on your printer marked "phone" and the other end of that line goes into your telephone (voice line).

The last port should say "line 2" or similar and usually has no picture next to it. This is an additonal port to share with a second phone line.

To correct your problem of "no dial tone", plug your phone cord into the socket on the wall and put the other end into the port on the printer that says "line". Now lets test the connection.

Put a piece of paper into your printer, press the fax button and dial any phone number using 1 and then the area code followed by the phone number and press 'start" or "ok" to begin the fax. If you have chosen the right port to connect your telephone cord, you will hear a dial tone first, and then dialing of the numbers you chose. If you cannot hear a dial tone before your numbers begin, then you have not chosen the right port. If this is the case, remove the phone cord from the port you have chosen and try another until you do hear the dial tone.

NOTE:

Do not try to go from your phone jack into your telephone and then use a second port on your telephone to connect a second phone cord that is plugged into your printer/fax. A second phone port on your telephone is most likely for a second phone line to use for voice calls. The majority of phones for residential use do not have a built in splitter that works like a fax/printer does. If you try to use a second port on your phone to split to your fax machine, it usually will not work. Follow the instructions as listed above to re-route your line and correct the problem.

MAGIC JACK USERS:

While magic jack is great for making free long distance calls, it is not suggested for use with a fax machine. if your trying to use your magic jack phone line to fax it usually does not work.

Jul 16, 2011 | Lexmark X4270 All-In-One InkJet Printer

1 Answer

Does the phone line cable plug into the modem or the router?


Hi,

The phone line should be plugged into the modem's line in port and then plugged into the Router's internet port.

Thanks.
- GH

Aug 19, 2010 | Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router

1 Answer

When I plug the printer into the phone jack the house phone goes dead. The phone line is an ATT Ring Master, Distinctive ring is on on the printer


Are you sure you're plugging into the phone jack on the printer? The network cable jack will hold a phone jack.

The network cable jack is (from the front of the machine) on the left side, right above the USB port. The phone lines are in back, top center. The incoming line should go into the jack labeled 'Line', which I think is the one on the right when you're looking at them.

Jan 30, 2010 | Brother MFC-9840CDW Laser Printer

1 Answer

Audio is fine, but the video is rather washed


check connection from vid. to tv. if using co-ax lead try changing out for scrat lead and make sure the plugs are tight.

Aug 07, 2009 | Toshiba 27AF42 27" TV

1 Answer

Spark plug order


If you are sitting on the bike, cylinder 1 is on your left then 2,3,4....looking at the coils, the left coil- left lead goes to no1cylinder. right lead goes to cylinder4. Right coil- left lead to cylinder 2, right lead to cylinder 3.
Hope it helps you.

Apr 03, 2009 | 1986 Yamaha FZ 600

1 Answer

Need to program extension to ring on incoming calls


Professional Level 1 programming to make a phone ring on incoming calls:  1. On the phone you want to change ringing, press <FNC> - 4 and the screen will show the port number and the station number. If it doesnt have a display, borrow one and plug it into the cord that is attached to the wall, then do this. The port number is needed since all station programming is port based.
2. From ext. 10 or 11 (or whatever the extension numbers are for ports 01 and 02 are), with the phone idle press ,<FNC>, <HOLD>, #,0,*. The screen should show "PROGRAM MODE".
3. Press Line Key 4, which is the 4th button across the top. Dial "15", screen should show "01 / 15: 12345678" if you're in the right place. In this mode, the * key moves the cursor right, and the # key moves the cursor left. The first two digits are the port you're programming, the next field is the program code, "15"in our case, which is Daytime Ringing, and the last field is the data setting for this port.
4. Move the cursor to the left so you can change the port field to the port number you found in step 1. After changing the port number, move the cursor back to the right to the data field, and press the digits corresponding the the line number you want to ring, e.g. for line 1 press "1", for line 4 press "4". Each digit pressed in this field is a toggle, so if you press "1" when the digit "1" is already displayed, you will turn off ringing. 
5. Verify that the display settings are correct. For example, if you want port 04 to ring in day mode on lines 3, 4 and 5, the display should show "04 / 15:   345    ". If all is correct press <TRF>, and note that the screen advances to the next port automatically.
6. You can change Night Mode ringing by setting the program code field to "16" instead of "15", then the same procedures apply.
7. When all changes are completed, press <SPKR> to exit program mode (or lift handset and hang up).
Good luck!

Dec 16, 2008 | NEC Electra Professional ETW-16DC-2

1 Answer

I have a hp officejet 4315v all in one printer,scanner,fax and copier and I dont know how to set it up as far as wear what fone lines go wear....please help


Connect phone line from wall to Line 1 in port - looking at machine from back, the port furthest to the right - then if you want to also have a telephone on the same line, run a second phone cable from the phone to the EXT port on the back of the machine - that 's the one immediately to the left of the Line 1 in port.

Sep 21, 2008 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

1 Answer

158d system


The paging connects to one of the line ports on the system. Its needs to be specified in system programming which line you will be using. When you login to System programmiing (feature-0-0-left intercom--left intercom) you can go to Loudspeaker Paging Line #617, then select an unused (available) line. (feature-0-0) to save. Then go to the system and the port of the line you selected is where you will connect the signal leads to the paging horn. Then use Intercom *70 to page or program a paging button

Aug 25, 2008 | Lucent PARTNER18 Corded Phone

1 Answer

Connections


you will have a mains lead with an electric kettle type connection on one end which plugs into the rear of the screen and another similar lead for the pc.

the video lead from the screen will plug into a small dovetailed shaped connector coloured blue on the rear of the computer ( it can only fit one way round , as its broader on one side than the other )

the speaker leads will probably be small jack plugs one for left and one for right, and they plug into the rear of the computer, audio out / left / right.

Jan 05, 2008 | Mag Innovision InnoVision LT 765S 17" Flat...

Not finding what you are looking for?
Conexant CX11252-11 Modem Logo

Related Topics:

27 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Conexant Computers & Internet Experts

mukhtar21 shaikh
mukhtar21 shaikh

Level 3 Expert

2017 Answers

Mike Neath
Mike Neath

Level 3 Expert

315 Answers

Eric

Level 2 Expert

155 Answers

Are you a Conexant Computer and Internet Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...