You connect a fax machine by following the instructions in the machine's user manual - every machine can potentially be different.
On the most basic level, a fax machine will require a power source (from the power area of the machine to a power socket) as well as a phone connection - usually this is an RJ 11 plug (the same as a regular phone plug) that connects from the phone line on the fax machine to the phone line in the wall.
Connect your fax machine to the phone line, then you can receive fax that is in you home number.
generally no, you cannot use a fax machine as a modem to connect to the internet. However, there are some fax machines that can connect and send faxes strictly over the internet - essentially a fax machine can send to another fax machine that has the same capability through the internet over the ip address system. Look up T.38 and fax over ip for more information
To receive a fax in a fax machine: 1) connect the fax machine to a phone line 2) have the person sending the fax send the fax to the phone/fax line number 3) receive the fax with the fax machine. Most fax machines should be set to automatically receive, however some will need you to press the "ok" or green button when the fax line is ringing.
Typically no. But my company, FaxLogic, and one other that I'm aware of, Nextiva, make adapters that let you connect an analog fax machine to an Ethernet router.
If you connect your printer/fax combination machine to your phone line, yes, it would be your home number. Which means people that call your house will get the fax machine.
Dedicated fax machine is the main fax machine that can be configured to where the fax will be receive and support extension fax machine.
If it is a "wireless fax machine" built for a home office or similar: You connect it the same way you to do a regular fax machine - by plugging the phone line into the appropriate place on the fax machine. There may be a base station that can transmit through wireless from the phone line to the fax machine. In most cases, however, a "wireless fax machine" is a wireless multifunction unit with fax capabilities. The wireless part is for printing and scanning, while the fax part still needs a phone connection to function. If it is a "wireless fax machine" built to work off of a cellular network: You'll have to contact your cellular provider - in most cases they'll have to activate it to make the phone connection work.
No, the fax machine needs only to be hooked to a working telephone line to send and receive faxes.
All-in-one modern fax machine is connected to computer and cellphone can be connected to computer using its data cable or memory stick, then you can transfer files from cellphone to fax it. Cellphone with internet connection can send and receive fax using internet fax.
You are confused. Your fax machine does not have a phone number. You must conect it to a phone line to use the machine. The phone number is whatever phone line you connect to your machine.
To print to a fax machine wirelessly from a mobile phone: you would need a fax machine (or multifunction) with wifi capability. The drivers (or app) would be on the phone, and you could fax from the phone that way. This depends on the technology that both your phone and fax machine have. To fax from a mobile phone: there are services called "online fax" services that will let you send or receive faxes from a phone or computer. To fax wirlessly from a fax machine through a cell phone: this technology isn't on the market, however there are "GSM faxes" that can operate off of a cell phone signal.
An Epson Stylus nx300 is not very different from any other fax machine. Connect the fax machine, then insert the document, dial the fax number, then press send. Specific instructions can be found in the user manual on page 14.
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.
a answer machine is to keep answers on there and its for when u dont answer the phone and a fax machine is for your fax
Yes, a paperless fax machine will receive the fax digitally instead of just immediately printing it out.
most fax machines have two plug sockets on the back, one for the phone line the other for connecting the phone. Just plug the phone into the fax machine.
As nouns the difference between fax and printer is that fax is fax (machine) while printer is one who makes prints.
yes with an adapter
Feed the fax file in fax machine, dial the fax number then after a ring tone press send. Then Fax will be sent.
It can be if you have a 4 in printer with fax, but if it just a fax machine it not a printer, Most of the old fax machine only linked to the phone and not to a pc.
Connect your phone line to your computer and receive the fax. Then read the header for the sender's number and fax back to them that they have the wrong number. More details?
You use a fax machine! You use a fax machine!
You cannot send an email to fax, whereas email is converted into fax files and send to fax machine. Use internet fax services like extremefax to send email to fax machine in a form of fax.
A fax free machine means that you can send a fax for free on the machine. An example of a fax free machine would be a computer with specialized software to send faxes.