I hope this is a simple question.
Small LAN with SBS 2003. Server and Fax Modem in network closet. Fax machine in lobby area to be used for outgoing paper faxes and scanning. Both the fax modem and the fax machine share a single dedicated analog fax line, but are connected to the line through their own individual jacks at two different spots in the building.
All fax functions are working properly except when the client attempts to fax out a paper fax via the traditional fax machine, the modem on the server picks up the line, and delivers/prints it as if it were an incoming fax.
I know there must be some sort of simple line sharing device to prevent this, but I'm not sure what to use. Any ideas? Is it possible that there's a software adjustment for this?
Modem is a USRobotics V.92 standard issue $99 CompUSA model.