Sending and Receiving Faxes via the Machine (Remote Fax)

By specifying this machine as a relay, you can send and receive faxes from another multifunction printer on the same network, even if it does not have fax functionality. This is called the Remote Fax function. When using this function, the machine with fax functionality (this machine) and the machine without fax functionality can be likened to a server machine and client machine, respectively. Sharing fax functionality and communication lines reduces introduction costs and offers an efficient use of fax functions.
Before Using a Remote Fax
You must specify settings in advance to use this machine as a server machine. <Send>  <Remote Fax Settings>
Sending a Fax
When sending a fax, you only need to operate the client machine. There is no need to operate the server machine (this machine).
Receiving a Fax
Faxes received by a server machine (this machine) are converted to I-faxes and forwarded to a client machine via the network. You must specify settings for the server machine (this machine) in advance in order to forward to a client machine. <Forwarding Settings>
The sender information of a fax sent from the client machine is printed according to the setting in the server machine. <TX Terminal ID>