Incoming FAX via SIP Trunk to an FXS port on an H323 GW
Can anyone let me know how to get this to work? I have read the message boards and have attempted multiple configurations (MGCP, STCAPP), but I cannot get the incoming fax to work. I haven't bothered with outbound yet.
What I have is a fax number that I recently ported to a SIP provider. The call comes in and I can ring the FXS port, but the fax never comes through.
The way I left (open to ALL suggestions though) it right now is; the incoming fax hits the CUBE (Denver), is routed to Call Manager 7.1 (Denver), and the call manager uses a Xlate Pattern / Route Pattern to send it to the H323 gateway (Pittsburgh).
1) Is there a better way?
2) If not, can I see someone's dial-peers/config who have this working by chance?
Re: Incoming FAX via SIP Trunk to an FXS port on an H323 GW
I have looked at your trace and there is something that doesnt look quite right during the call setup. Have you edited the IP before sending the trace over..?? In the trace below when cucm sends a 200 ok, it should send the IP address of the h323 gateway where the fax machine resides. However I see the IP address of the CUBE.
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