We have our PRI's coming to our 2950 some of the DID's that are attached to the PRI's are for our GFI Faxmaker server. This server uses a Brooketrout TR114+P4C card 2 ports loop-start ports 0-1 and 2 ports DID ports 2-3. On the 2950 router I have a port 0 of the brooktrout plugged into port 0/1/2 of the VIC-4FXS/DID card. Fax server will send and recieve all calls. Issues is the router is not sending the digits to the fax server so that it knows who is supposed to get the fax. I do a debug and I see the called number is correct but I am lost after that. So two things here is the card we have correct inour old building it was hooked up to a ISND line that our Provider no longer supports. If card is good what am I missing?
From your debug the call actually gets connected. The voice gateway actually sends the correct digit (0442) to port 0/1/2.
I suggest you connect an analogue phone to that port and place a test call. Test that the phone rings and you can answer the call. This will confirm that evrything is working with the analogue config.
Secondly, I cant see any fax configuration on your gateway. Which means that your gateway will attempt to use the default cisco fax relay. This will not work because according to the GFI FAX Server documentation....see below
"The system works by “wrapping” the standard T30 fax data inside a T38 protocol, which works over IP networks. The fax can then be delivered to the destination using standard IP routing. Faxes can be transmitted through VoIP gateways too if you use them"
Hence, for this to work you need to configure T.38 standard based protocol on your router.
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I am having to look at a different setup here as the Brooktrout card will not take the POTS line and I can not config as a VOIP. So I am looking to config it as a VOIP line and setup a virtual Fax server. Thank you for your help.
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