ISDN set-up.

  DrewB 00:37 02 Apr 04

I suspect that this is a silly question, but ...

I have a TAD/FAX plugged into my ISDN box's PSTN Line 1 socket, and my PC plugged into the second ISDN channel socket.

Calling out from both units works fine, and I can also call between the two (not that I need to!).

I have RVS-COM Plus on the PC and calling the number associated with the second ISDN channel works fine, and the TAD/FAX on line 1 does not detect or try to answer the call.

However, calls into the TAD/FAX on line 1 are intercepted by the PC unless I turn RVS-COM Plus's auto-answering off.

Is this inevitable because "Line 1" and "Line 2" are actually two channels on what was previously a single line, or is it a configuration problem?

Any guidance would be appreciated.

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