Connect the fax with a regular phone line to a phone jack in the wall. The type of cable is called an RJ11 cable, and it should connect both to the fax machine and to the phone outlet in the wall.
You connect the fax machine to the phone line - the same type of phone line that the phone is connected to. If you want to use the same phone jack, you may need to either get a phone line splitter, or some phones have an "extension" so that another line can be added to a phone.
Not all TV's are capable. If it has a head phone jack then it can be connected.
The phone line is plugged into the phone jack of the fax machine. It is called a telephone plug, and while it varies by country, the most common type is an RJ-11 jack.
you put it in the USB port of your computer and connect the phone to the magic jack
Yes, you can. This is the standard method of sending and receiving faxes through a fax machine. The phone line will need the appropriate telephone jack to fit into the fax machine - in most countries phones and faxes will hold the same phone jack, however there can be some challenges if using a fax machine from a foreign country.
No, only to a broadband connection (one of those Internet boxes).
No. The Magicjack has to plug into the USB port of a computer, and the computer has to be on for the phone to work.
You can have a Cat-5 line coming from another telephone jack or the Network Interface Device, but the Cat-5 line must connect to a jack, to let you connect an RJ11 phone line to the modem.
They are using a phone based on VoIP technology. Usually the phone uses a USB instead of a normal jack to connect for calls.
Connect dsl line from phone jack to a Wireless Modem/Home Gateway/Wireless Router. Install a Wireless network adaptor(available USB types) in your computer in the other room and connect your computer to the Wireless modem through WLAN.
I am sure that phone jacks are RJ-11 not the larger RJ=45.