We recently purchased a few 187s, since the tried and true 186 and the equally awesome 188s are no longer available. (I can't be the only one who loved the backplane on the 188s, why did they stop making them like these?)
I can make and place calls through the 187s but when it comes to sending and receiving faxes, both within my voip network or out of the PRIs, I get nothing. I configured the devices for fax pass-through thinking the t38 relay might have been the problem but that didn't do a thing.
I am running UCM 126.96.36.199 with MGCP gateways going through 2 X6600 CMMs in my 6509. Here is the MGCP configuration on each CMM.
mgcp call-agent 172.16.3.XXX 2427 service-type mgcp version 0.1
Can't tell re MGCP, but in my case (Xerox 7228 fax) I had to enable t38 on outgoing and disable on incoming and fix fax rate to 9600. Also there was an issue with Impedance - as it seems Cisco has default of USA, and some EU phones/faxes might need a different setting. In my case 270ohms + 750ohms || 150nF works better.
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