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Topic Title: Can fax modem recognise "duplex"
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Created On: 12/16/2003 01:41 AM
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 12/16/2003 01:41 AM
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I have a tel line which is one line with 2 numbers "duplex" one num for phone and
other for fax.

If I use window xp built in fax modem, How can I set up a function that the fax modem only respond to the number assigned as fax; whilst will not respond to the
other number for voice.

Any suggestion or method....ths millions
 12/16/2003 11:17 AM
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most modems only pick up one line out of the phone jack. what you probably need is a 2 line spliter that will plug into the phone jack and give you 2 phone jacks. one with each number.
 12/16/2003 11:38 AM
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I would imagine that it depends on the PABX. I'm sure if you have a fairly modern PABX, that you should be able to use it? I would try to find out from your PABX vendor. We had a Siemens Hicom PABX at work, which had all sorts of nifty features that were available.

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 12/17/2003 10:32 PM
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most modems only pick up one line out of the phone jack. what you probably need is a 2 line spliter that will plug into the phone jack and give you 2 phone jacks. one with each number.
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when you said a spliter, I am using a splitter already which allow one line in and
2 lines out : one for pc-modem, one for phone.
but this does not work as the PC modem will treat any incoming call as fax
and pick up. and then I cannot use my phone to talk properaly.

I understand 'duplex' is having same line, 2 numbers, and when each tel number
come in, it creates 2 type of ringing tones and allow machine to detect which is which....

Anyone knows if any software can help, or any external splitter will help this.???

 12/18/2003 02:32 PM
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there are 2 types of spliters. one gives you 2 outputs with both numbers on them. the other gives you 2 outputs with one number each on them.
 12/18/2003 08:52 PM
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The splitter with 2 number output....is that easy to get...

I have ask some shops already and not so many people knows about this one..
Also if this is an expensive device ??
 12/19/2003 12:51 AM
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i have never had any problem getting them. if you are in the U.S. i think radioshack has them.
 12/19/2003 01:39 AM
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any website I can refer to ...
I am in Hongkong....so don't know where To find...

What is the price in US ?
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I have now suceed in configure the duplex ring tone feature for my Canon MP730
as I get the installation guide from canon to make the setting...Now is ok
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