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I own a Supra Express Pnp Voice  33.6K internal modem.  On the backside there are two inputs. One labelled line and the other phone.  What is the difference between them.  Which is the best to use to connect to my ISP and to send/receive faxes.
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The one labled  "line" connects to the jack in wall, one labled "phone" is to connect a telephone. Some modems disconnect phone when modem is making call so you can not get disconnected if someone picks up the phone.
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