I am testing modem over IP using the modem passthrough feature across 3662 and 2651 gateways. The setup is fxo/fxs. It works fine except that the maximum connection speed is typically 14.4kbps, and very very rarely 19.2kbps.
Is it possble to get a higher dial-up speed over IP on Cisco platforms? Cisco says the modem passthrough feature supports modem speeds up to V90!
Issues here are Codec related.for decent modem performance,Pass through is very bandwidth thirsty. Have you tried remoting your modem ?
i.e your terminal is one side of your wan and simply place the "local" modem at the far end of the link ?
then you only need create an async' link between the two end points. Modems will conect as fast as train sequence permits - and the data exchange is governed by your WAM and business limitations allow. One idea which works. Good Luck !
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