Conexant D480 MDC v.9x - when is a modem a fax/modem?

Conexant D480 MDC v.9x - when is a modem a fax/modem?

Post by Chris2 » Fri, 02 Jun 2006 01:22:24



I am working with a relatively new Dell Inpiron 600m.  Trying to fax.
Modem is a Conexant D480 MDC v.9x.  Does anyone know if I need a
built-in or PCMCIA 'fax/modem' upgrade in order to fax?  Or should this
modem do the trick?

Right now, XP's fax console tries to configure and locks up.

Thanks, Chris

 
 
 

Conexant D480 MDC v.9x - when is a modem a fax/modem?

Post by Mac » Fri, 02 Jun 2006 17:45:51


Should work...

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/comm/eclipse/en/index.htm

"...Fax mode capabilities: ITU-T V.17, V.29, V.27ter, and V.21 Ch 2, TIA/EIA
578, Class 1 Fax. Supports 2400, 4800,72000,9600, 12000, and 14400 bps fax
transmission speeds...."

Most likely a XP config issue. Suggest you call Dell...

Mac


Quote:>I am working with a relatively new Dell Inpiron 600m.  Trying to fax.
> Modem is a Conexant D480 MDC v.9x.  Does anyone know if I need a
> built-in or PCMCIA 'fax/modem' upgrade in order to fax?  Or should this
> modem do the trick?

> Right now, XP's fax console tries to configure and locks up.

> Thanks, Chris


 
 
 

Conexant D480 MDC v.9x - when is a modem a fax/modem?

Post by Mac » Fri, 02 Jun 2006 17:50:03


BTW - Google is your friend...

http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGLD,GGL...

Mac


> Should work...

> http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/comm/eclipse/en/index.htm

> "...Fax mode capabilities: ITU-T V.17, V.29, V.27ter, and V.21 Ch 2,
> TIA/EIA 578, Class 1 Fax. Supports 2400, 4800,72000,9600, 12000, and 14400
> bps fax transmission speeds...."

> Most likely a XP config issue. Suggest you call Dell...

> Mac



>>I am working with a relatively new Dell Inpiron 600m.  Trying to fax.
>> Modem is a Conexant D480 MDC v.9x.  Does anyone know if I need a
>> built-in or PCMCIA 'fax/modem' upgrade in order to fax?  Or should this
>> modem do the trick?

>> Right now, XP's fax console tries to configure and locks up.

>> Thanks, Chris