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|Posted - 2/8/2006 7:28:03 PM |
The internal modem on a Compaq Armada 1700 works on a regular phone line, but I can't get a dial tone on our office phone network. You must dial "9" to get an outside line and even after altering the modem's dial settings to allow for this, I can't get a dial tone. Is there some compatability problem between the modem and a digital phone network that needs to be resolved?
|Posted - 2/15/2006 10:11:00 AM |
If the office phone system doesn't provide a normal dial-tone line to the outlet you're connecting to, you won't be able to connect - you need a jack that's wired to standard phone line.
In some cases, a 2-wire line cord (one that has only 2 wires connected through to each end) may be required to connect to an office system.
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