I'm using a Stone voice server that integrates with CCME for voice mail, fax etc. The problem is that I can't send faxes (receiving is OK). The fax call gets to the correct dial-peer but seems not to go any further?
Attached is the router config and the dial-peer debug.
There are 2 H323 call legs per router, incoming and outgoing. You are matching the correct incoming VOIP peer, but are you matching the POTS peer?
I would try changing the destination patterns to be more specific, in order to eliminate the interdigit timeout imposed by the T. Perhaps the server is timing out before the call setup is complete.
I am also wondering why you are sending a 0 plus number to the PSTN. Not sure where you are at, but in the US that would result in an operator being involved. That might be OK for human users, but problematic for fax servers.
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