Sounds like you need to route the DIDs to the brooktrout board right? Is board a T1 or ? Im thinking your board is a T1 card in your RF server. With that in mind, you will connect it your Cisco Router on a T1 card. You will route the incoming DIDs from the PRI through MGCP or H323 back through the T1 card connected to the Brooktrout card. The RF will answer, read the fax, route it to the Exchange mailbox.
Do you have all the installation documentation for the RF server?
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