I have a UC520 (CME) system connected to PSTN via a SIP trunk provider. The SIP trunk supports T.38 faxing.
I have a fax server setup with StoneFax to terminate the faxes. I have setup an incoming dialpeer with one of my DIDs. upon sending a fax, the line rings once, then seems to connect, but it is just dead silence. The microsoft fax service on the fax server shows 'answering' but nothing ever happens.
I am mostly concerned about my dial-peer config.
Here is the dialpeer config that StoneFax suggests:
should this work ok over a SIP trunk? are there any other system settings i should change? I am wondering about the DTMF settings. Cisco configs usually show h245-signal, and all my voice dialpeers are rtp-nte.
Also one followup question, how do i create an outgoing dial-peer to be used for sending outgoing faxes, and lock it down so that ONLY the fax server uses it? i currently have several outgoing voice dialpeers setup with COR lists for call restrictions, so i want to give the fax it's own dial-peer, but make sure that none of the voice callers use it.
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