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First, you will need a USB fax modem. Then you use Windows Fax & Scan program to create/forward new fax documents, or even send a file as a fax or email.
Setting up your external modem to work with an internet telephone line is simple. Simply put a 2 way splitter into the internet modem telephone jack. Plug your telephone into one input and the external fax modem into the other. Then you can even dial from your computer routine telephone calls too.
Solution one: Check the fax connections
Use the following steps to check the physical connections, and then use the HP Fax Test Service.
Step one: Check the physical connections
Disconnect the telephone cord from the HP fax product, and then examine the connector on the end of the cord. Make sure that the cord has only two wires.
Figure 1: Two-wire telephone cord
Four-wire telephone cordGraphic: Four-wire telephone cordIf the cord has four wires, replace it with a two-wire phone cord.
If you must use a cord with four wires, use the converter that shipped with product. The converter allows a cord with four wires to work with a device that requires a cord with two wires.
Connect one end of the telephone cord to the telephone jack, and then connect the other end of the cord to the port labeled 1-Line on the back of the HP fax product. Figure 3: Fax only
1 - Telephone jack2 - Two-wire telephone cord to 1-Line
Connect a single-line telephone to the 2-Ext port on the back of the HP fax product. Figure 4: Fax and telephon
1 - Telephone jack2 - Two-wire telephone cord to 1-Line
Connect a single-line telephone to the 2-Ext port on the back of the HP fax product. Figure 4: Fax and telephone
1 - Telephone jack2 - Two-wire telephone cord to 1-Line 3 - Telephone
If other devices need to use the same telephone jack, make sure that they are connected to the 2-Ext port on the back of the HP fax product. Figure 5: Fax with answering machine and telephone
Pick up the telephone receiver and listen for a dial tone. Make sure that you can dial out using the telephone keypad.
If there is a dial tone and you can dial out using the telephone, the HP fax product is connected correctly to a working telephone cord and telephone jack. If there is no dial tone, check the configuration again and make sure that it is set up correctly.If You Still Having Hp Printer Problem Then Visit Official HP Printer Website On Below Link URL http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&lc=en&docname=c02263145
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You probably need to hook up to a landline telephone line, too. Or, you can use an "e-fax" service that lets you send faxes via internet. Basically, they would send your fax as middleman to the recipient. Windows Vista except Business version) does not have inherent fax support like Windows XP and Windows 7 Professional. And programs such as WinFax did not upgrade to Vista and 7. But, your fax modem should have come with some faxing software.
You put in modem card and then run telephone line to back. You can usually run a line to a telephone from the 2nd connection on the back with the telephone symbol below it.
You want to drag the phone line around for the Sky+ HD connection?
Unless you use Sky Box office or other Sky online services you don't need to hook a telephone cable up to ANY Sky set top boxes.
The telephone cable is a means for Sky to monitor your box position and monitor your viewing choices.
If however you do use Sky's online services you "can" connect another line to you main line. Just make sure you connect the correct coloured cables to the correct pins in your sockets.
For a Sky+ connection you need to coaxial cables coming off your satelite dish. Incase you didn't already know this.
On the left side of the printer there are two telephone line connections, one is for the telephone line and the other is for the telephone extension. You will need two telephone lines, the type that have that clicker on the end, the line hole goes directly into the wall jack for the telephone and the extension line goes directly into the telephone that you had plugged into the wall. Try that, it works.
Out of box, the AT&T 1738 is designed to operate on a single telephone line. I don't know of any device on the market today that could automatically switch it between multiple telephone lines.
Some options include (in no particular order):
1) Purchasing additional 1738s to cover the other telephone lines.
2) Some cordless telephones on the market are designed to handle 2 telephone lines. Their answering machines will cover both lines. AT&T and Panasonic offer such phones.
3) Check out AT&T's line of NoKSU small office telephone sets. The phones will handle up to 4 telephone lines and 1 model features a built in answering machine. In order for the telephones to function 100% all phones would have to be replaced with the models within the AT&T NoKSU family.
4) If this is strictly a business application, consider purchasing a true business telephone system for the office.