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I haven't tried this and I just talked to the technical guy at Voip. he told me that it works for some people and not others. is there anything i need to be aware of before starting?
I have had no trouble faxing with Vonage. All it needs is a dial tone, and that is what the Vonage does. I even had my Life Alert connected to Vonage, then ran a phone cord to my fax "In" and the "Out" to my phone. Make sure that your Vonage box connects to your internet provider's router output first, then out to your computer, or in my case, wireless router. When in doubt, call Vonage, and ask them how to set it up, but don't tell them about a fax. You can either use a dual adapter, (available anywhere), and run a separate phone cord to the In / Wall socket on your fax. The alternate is as I mentioned above. The box comes with two phone outs, just use phone 1, unless you are paying for two lines. All VOIP / Vonage does is to provide you a dial tone over the internet. VOIP is Voice Over Internet Protocol, (some call it Phone). I hope this helps you :)
Posted on Jan 22, 2015
I can tell you after trying Vonage a few years ago and them telling us to change all sorts of settings on the machine, that faxing never worked and now I have no idea what the factory default settings should be. So, if you decide to try it, WRITE DOWN THE DEFAULT SETTINGS so you can switch them back if you need to!
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Voice over IP (VoIP) services provide normal telephone service, including long distance service through a broadband Internet connection. These services use packets to break up the voice signal on a telephone line and transmit it digitally to the receiver, where the packets are reassembled. The VoIP services are often not compatible with fax machines.
If you continue to have problems faxing, contact your VoIP provider. Because the installation process varies, the VoIP service provider will have to assist in installing the all-in-one fax component.
Although a fax might work on a VoIP network, it can fail when the following events occur:
• Internet traffic becomes heavy and packets are lost.
• Latency (the time it takes for a packet to travel from its point of origin to its point of destination) becomes excessive.
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