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Short answer: Use G.711 Codec and turn off T.38 support in your Router. If that still fails, try lower baud rates in your Fax machine. In the case of German Telekom, T.38 isn't supported. Your router might only try T.38 if that option is on. G.711 has (one of) the best quality when it comes to the ISDN frequency spectrum. Long answer: You can still send ...


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Got a similiar(ish) question I asked yesterday pertaining to RTP and how it actually flows... Cisco ASA PBR and multiple ISPS for multiple SIP Providers


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The signalling bits to do this are certainly there (part of either the SS7 or PRI protocols. I can't remember which), but whether or not you'll be able to convince a telco to permit you to do this is a completely different matter. Things get complicated real fast with regards to billing and who is responsible for what. You may want to re-evaluate your need ...


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I've managed to get the compile script working again, after installing an old java version. I don't understand how it makes a difference with the other server, as this script is created on the webserver, not the asterisk server, and is just a config file for the phone. Anyway, it works, and that's what counts!


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The sad truth is, those non-elmeg system phones didn't register correctly. I had to assign PINs for the Users in the Hybird 130j Interface, which is then used to authenticate with the System. Elmeg didn't bother to state anywhere that this PIN must be set and is used as the SIP password for non-elmeg phones.



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