They work but can be flaky, especially when firmware upgrades come into play. If you have a concentration of faxes that warrants it, you might look at using a VG224 gateway(s) and set them up as FXS ports on the analog gateway. What you need to look at is the cost of each POTS line per month over the course of x number of years vs. the cost to put everything coming in via CCM which would entail the number of ATA's you need and/or VG224's and/or combo of those devices. As I said the ATA works but I dont think anyone would claim them as favorites in the Cisco device realm.
If you are truly looking for a Fax Server as the subject implies, I would highly recommend taking a look at XMedius Fax by Sagem-Interstar.
Incoming faxes over Analog and/or T1 are a no-brainer. Faxes coming in over a SIP trunk (from the PSTN) are a challenge, but we are also doing that. drop me an email at email@example.com if you want more details. Good Luck!!
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