Question about Cannon Office Equipment & Supplies
The Pixma MX330 Line port needs to be connected to a POTS (plain old telephone service) line jack with an RJ-11 cable. A standard corded telephone or the base of a cordless system gets connected to the Tel port on the MX330. The Comcast modem connects devices to the internet. You might be able to use a VOIP (voice over internet protocol) service between the MX330 and the modem. You will need the appropriate hardware (MagicJack, Ooma) in between the modem and the Pixma and get an assigned telephone phone number.
Generally, you will need a compatible router to share the cable modem's internet service between any computers and a stand-alone VOIP system like the Ooma.
I hope this helps. Please add a comment with more about your Comcast hardware for additional information. I know my home's fiber-optic modem service does support POTS, in addition to the internet and TV service. Each service has their own wiring/jacks that go back to the modem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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What type of fax copier? Some models have what is called line suspend to keep people from interfering with the transmission of information, this includes other phones inputting dial tones. In general it is best to have a landline that is dedicated to the use of the fax machine.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
follow this simple steps:
1 .Connect the phone cable that came with the printer to the back of your modem to the port that says tele 1.
2 . connect the other end of the phone cable to the port on the printer that says "1-line"
3. connect the phone cable or cord that came with your telephone line to the back of the printer port that says "2-EXT" and the other end to the back of your telephone ..
This should solve the problem..best of luck
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
go to the control panel and asure that the link between the system are accepted,while the telephone should be ploughed properly so that it pass information circly .
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
There is nothing wrong with your modem. Comcast charges extra for a second line. Depending on your model of fax machine, there should be both an input ond an output on the back of the fax machine. Plug the fax machine into line 1 on the modem. Then, plug your phone into the input on the back of the fax machine. If you fax does not have both in and out, then you can purchase a "Y" phone line adapter from your local electronics store.
ps. VoIP is a digital line... Facsimiles are analog signals... Sending analog signals over digital lines is not recomended. If you are wondering "why?" (and understand tech jargon) VoIP is sent via UDP, which is a connectionless protocol (does not retransmit dropped packets) Fax machines use TCP, which does resend dropped packets. This variance in Qualiy of Service sometimes cases strange activity such as both lines (sending and receiving) dropping connections, faxes taking a long time to transmit (due to constant resending loops), etc. It does work... kind of. I would just not assume that faxes made it to their destination until it gets confirmed.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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