I'm trying configure the fax transmission in my network , but up to now no success.
This is my scenario:
I have a 26XX like GW connected to PSTN by a E1 ISDN PRI; on the other side I have an AS5300. I'm using the Internet like WAN connection . I've trying several fax protocol, fax rate etc...in my best result , I can transmit, but in the confirmation I get a error message. Can anybody inform me which the best fax protocol to use in the Internet environment???.
Truly, my problem wasn't in the IP leg but in the connection to PSTN . I had a big rate of SLIP error in the E1 controller . I changed the clock source to line and the SLIP error stopped. The fax transmission is working properly now.
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