I have a fax server setup using a Brooktrout PRI card, connected via PRI to a 2851 gateway, which is then connect to the CO by PRI.
Walmart has decided to change their fax number to a menu based system, which requires me to add pauses and press extra digits to get to the fax extension. I tried adding several ,'s and the extra digits, but the call looks to be dying on my gateway.
Here is the output of the failed call. The numbers are replaced with fakes, but the dial string used was 9,1115555,,,,4 As you can see it only sent 911155554.
Re: Fax server -- sending additional digits over PRI?
once the call is connected, the menu must be driven in DTMF by the endpoint device, that is the brooktrout card. Supposedly there should be a way to program it so that after the call is connected, further digits are sent in dtmf and not in setup message, because are not part of the number. The 'pause' approach work only if the fax is dialing out an analog line. So I think you would need support from them.
To fix the issue on router side, in theory you could use a custom tcl/ivr script to have router to call, dial DTMF, then connect to user.
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