Supported Fax over IP software

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Nicholas Matthews Wed, 01/07/2009 - 09:58
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Since H323, MGCP, and SIP are all standards based protocols you do not need to worry about support (in theory).

You will want to look up various T38 based servers, and then choose between the SIP and H323 based solutions.



priorlee1 Fri, 03/13/2009 - 11:49
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We have been using Xmedius for a couple years now with VoIP and have not experience any issues.

loganseth Fri, 02/06/2009 - 13:24
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Joel - did you make a decision, yet?

We have mixed MGCP/H323 gates, as well, and recently decided on XMEDIUS. I had it installed and configured within hours of owning it, ran through the basic setup, and then have worked with their technical support on a couple of detailed problems and they have proven to be excellent, or at the very least, determined - of which the latter I value tremendously.

If you'd like to know more, just email me or reply to this post.

thanks guys..

we use rightfax right now but it is not integrated with cisco and is with a dialogic card..

i've installed XMedius in the past and these are the two I've heard...just wanted to make sure if there are any other products out there that are really comparable..



loganseth Fri, 03/13/2009 - 12:25
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dude, ditch the rightfax and fully integrate with xmedius, man! one of the things, to me, is the removal of a fax board entirely!

since my last post i've really gotten into the product and the native t38 software makes so much more sense then depending on 3rd party drivers in the 3rd party board, which inevitably leads to finger pointing, etc.

also, we fully integrate with Active Directory to management, in and out, is controlled through various configurations in the user setup so all of the setup tasks can be offloaded (front ended) to the server group, etc.

Sweetness, man.


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