Question about Brother FAX-575 Plain Paper Thermal
Posted by Phil Green on
Like on my earlier posts. VOIP is not reliable for fax transmissions. Actually dropping the tx and rx speed to to 4800 bps might help. Successful transmissions depends on your bandwidth of your internet service. VOIP faxing suffers from latency, distortion and packet loss errors.
Posted on Aug 13, 2007
This is a strange problem you have here my friend. I found the manual if you need it. it is located here: http://www.brother-usa.com/Data/Documentation/Fax/User/UM_FAX575.pdf If you cannot sort it out with the manual, I suggest that you contact Brother USA and see if they can assist you. their telephone number should be on page 1 I think Good Luck
Posted on Jun 13, 2007
SOURCE: Brother Intellifax 1270E plain paper fax
It could be either. take the machine to anothewr line see if the
error goes away.If it does not call brother customer service. There is an adjustment for input sensitivity of so brother fax machines. It may be in your operators manual
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
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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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Thanks, but of course this didn't really solve my problem....I'll keep looking and calling.