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I bought a splitter for the phone line to connect the fax and phone to the wall jack so one line goes to the phone and one line is connected to a encore v.92/56k modem. The splitter has L1 and L2 to connect to. The L1 will work but the L2 will not. I have a direct line from the wall jack to an Comcast modem with the splitter into that phone jack. One line goes to the phone and the other to the fax modem. Again only the device plugged into the L1 will work. Is there a solution for this?

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As far as I've seen, the data line light on the modem should indicate whether the data signal is coming through from AT&T or not, so I'd suspect that there is a problem with the signal from AT&T rather than between your modem and computer.

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A flashing ADSL light on the router means its not getting constant broadband signals. Make sure it is connected to the adsl filter without any extensions and the filter should be directly connect to the main phone socket and not to an extension socket. Also check if the phone socket has 1 or more than 1 ports on it. If it has two port its most likely a SSFP socket which does not require a filter as it is inbuit.If all the connections are fine try changing da filter.

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? Other equipment, which uses the same phone line as the HP All-in-One,
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If you are using a phone splitter, this can cause faxing problems. (A splitter is
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