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Are there any T38modem users here?

I'm trying to figure out how to call T38modem with SIP. I've got everything except the --route option for receiving. I know my own phone number, but I am not sure how to set it up.

Currently, I have:

--route "modem:0.*"="sip:<dn>@" --route "modem:1.*=sip:18778469183@"

I've also tried:

--route "modem:*.*"="sip:<dn>@" --route"sip:*@"="modem:<dn>@"

what amI doing wrong? And where (other than t38modem --help) can I find some documentation on how to use it?


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closed as too localized by Chris S Mar 8 '12 at 3:04

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This might help(as a start) --> While it is not exactly what you are looking for it has some documentation that might port to your problem.

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I've already got the program compiled and running, so I already HAVE all of the tarball. but the documentation in there is basically a man page, which is not sufficiently detailed... – Brian Postow Apr 1 '10 at 21:51

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