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

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Would like to connect a fax but only port 1 or (tel 1) port 2 does not work, should i send back to comcast or reset modem


There is nothing wrong with your modem. Comcast charges extra for a second line. Depending on your model of fax machine, there should be both an input ond an output on the back of the fax machine. Plug the fax machine into line 1 on the modem. Then, plug your phone into the input on the back of the fax machine. If you fax does not have both in and out, then you can purchase a "Y" phone line adapter from your local electronics store.

ps. VoIP is a digital line... Facsimiles are analog signals... Sending analog signals over digital lines is not recomended. If you are wondering "why?" (and understand tech jargon) VoIP is sent via UDP, which is a connectionless protocol (does not retransmit dropped packets) Fax machines use TCP, which does resend dropped packets. This variance in Qualiy of Service sometimes cases strange activity such as both lines (sending and receiving) dropping connections, faxes taking a long time to transmit (due to constant resending loops), etc. It does work... kind of. I would just not assume that faxes made it to their destination until it gets confirmed.

Dec 31, 2010 | RCA DCM425 DIGITAL CABLE MODEM (RCADCM425)

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Im trying to hook up a router to this modem so i can plug in multiple internet connections but the router needs a phone line to be plugged in but do not know how. Any help?


hello, im confused here, have you a cable modem or telephone line. if you have a cable modem then you plug an ethernet lead rj-45 from your modem to your router.but if you've a telephone line then you have to connect a filter to you telephone box an a rj-11 lead from your filter to your router hope it helps

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shaun

Nov 28, 2010 | RCA DCM425 DIGITAL CABLE MODEM (RCADCM425)

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Comcast Digital Voice/ADT alam system


The 2 jacks on the back of the Arris modem are labeled "1/2" & "2". The first jack labeled "1/2" means that the jack is capable supporting 2 different phone numbers, a line 1 and a line 2. The second jack labeled "2" means that it is capable of supporting only a second phone number. Therefore your 1 phone number is working correctly from the port labeled "1/2".

There are different types of phone splitters. It is possible that the one you used may have been to split lines 1 & 2 on a single jack into two seperate jacks. Take a closer look at the splitter and see if the 2 ports are labeled differently.

Hope that helps.

Nov 03, 2009 | Arris Touchstone 450a (CM450) Modem

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Modem won't connect to internet. OS: WinXP Pro SP 3. ISP: Earthlink DSL. Modem: ZyXEL P-660R-D1 (supplied by Earthlink) connected to computer with ethernet cable. Modem includes double filter for phone...


maybe you have to wait for your provider for them to isolate the problem, it seems that your modem got hit maybe by high surge. ask them to bring a spare modem for isolation.. there is no way for you to isolate the problem coz you've already done the basic....

Jun 19, 2009 | Modems

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VoIP Modem Problems??


the line coming in from your old provider of phone is causing your problem, I am a phone tech for cable company and I find this all the time . your old phone provider if still hooked uo is push a small amount of voltage onto your in house wireing even though it does not have dial tone. just unhook your test port on the old interface and this should fix your problem .dsl filters will also cause a prblem , make sure all filters are removed.

Jan 22, 2009 | Modems

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X6 won't pick up DSL


hopefully you haev installed the software first on yoy computer>
turn off the computer. connect the phone line one end to the ethernet port on your computer and the other end to one of the LAN port on the x6.
power up the (power cube shipped with the X6), the Pwr and the WLAN should come on and become steady, the LINK light should blink,
turn on you computer, connect a new phone line between ADSL port and the wall jack, the LINK light should become steady.


please rate the answer if it solved your porblem.
thank you

Sep 09, 2008 | Zoom X6 (5590) DSL Modem (55900003)

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Playstation 3 online not working properly


Dear At@T internet;

My internet don't work right the way it should, i call repair services 1800 246 8464 they try to help me on the phone but still not my line have been down, the DSL line turn on red, I mean i can't have my internet run 24/24/ sometime work sometime not, and i have a hard time with my internet since got from At@t internet services.. I need the technical to come my places and check is out my phone 817 946-9475 thanks what can i do in order to keep my computer work without intrrupt...

Aug 07, 2008 | Siemens SpeedStream Modem (4100) (SS4100)

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Dynamode Internal Fax Modem 56K


i had same problem trying to receive faxes until i changed phone connections.

according to a motorola manual (link below) this has something to do with being connected to a "proper analog phone line".

i had the phone line running from wall to a newer gateway (maybe 8 months) dec 07 to a maybe 2 year old compaq. kept getting that loop current error on the compaq when trying to receive a fax until i elimated the gateway connection and plugged the wall right into the compaq.

here's a link that might help: http://downloadmirror.intel.com/12655/ENG/Motorola.htm

see section 6, troubleshooting. hope this helps...

Jun 27, 2008 | Modems

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Speedstream 5200 modem


Open the following link --

speedstream 5200

Download the manual from the link and review page 7 for ethernet connection.

Notice particularly the back of the device. There are four connection points to plug things in the one on the left with DSL is where cable with the phone connectors connects the phone jack to the speedstream 5200. On the right the round connector with the pin is where the power goes. Next to the power connector to the left is a USB connector. In between usb connector and the DSL port is an ethernet connector. One way to avoid the need for the USB software os to use the ethernet connector bu connecting an ethenet cable (wider connector that fits snugly in both ports one on the Speadstream 5200 and the other probably present on your computer.

USB driver including VISTA (if you prefer)

USB driver link

Dec 11, 2007 | Efficient Networks SpeedStream 5200 Modem

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"fail: Test ADSL Line Sync" per AT&T Tech Readout


hi,there are a lot of possibilities y ur dsl light wont stop flashing red, 1.could be hardware failure,2.defective lead light for dsl,3.or line issue on the network...i strongly recommend that you contact your isp or att provider so that test would be done by their tech support,...basically you have checkd all inside wirings n as you have said you even tested the nid already...have you tried changing the dsl cable or phone cable? have you tried using another modem? were you using a filter for your dsl? you have to consider also other emi/rfi or electronic interference....but most probably you might try upgrading your modem n see if your gonna get a steady dsl light...the ethernet plugs has no effect on the dsl light...its just the cable connection or line issue or defective modem...i hope this will help, pls feel free to ask if you need further astnce...

Nov 29, 2007 | Siemens SpeedStream Modem (4100) (SS4100)

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