I use On-ramp faxing successfully on 1751V, but customer has 2801 and 2811 and wants T.37 fax forwarding.
I use app_faxmail_onramp.126.96.36.199.tcl script and the config from the working set up with 1751V but here comes the problem - the sending fax machine sends the fax succesfully, but in the mail I receive truncated pages or even not all of the pages.
I tried with lots of IOS versions. Is there any solution for working T.37 on 2800 series at all??????????
That should work. I think this would be better handled in a TAC case. You'll for sure want to supply the 'show tech' and we'll need some debugs from the router when the fax is being sent. If there were a way to access the router real-time, that would probably save a lot of time. There's just so many areas that this could possibly be failing.
I've never entered 'show tech' command :) until now. And the debugs on 2801 say Error code (111) and on 2811 it just says that ESMTP couldn't connect to mail server - though it sends partial pages from the faxes.
OK - I will try my luck a little further with more reading and trying and eventually open a case.
I ended up my problem with putting a 1760 at customers place and it works just fine with the on-ramp faxing. I actually tested the situation with 2600XM with a NM module and it worked fine as well. So the conclusion to me is that the problem is with the DSPs (because 1700 work with the older DSPs and the NM has older DSPs integrated). I guess that with later IOS for the 2800 maybe the problem would be solved - but I haven't found a solution for my problem with on-ramp faxing on 2800 so far.
I just had the exact same problem. I swapped my old 2651XM out for a 2821, and a large percentage of garbled faxes. Switched back to the 2651XM (exact config, only the interface numbering changed) and working like a champ again. Both were 12.4T images.
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