carrier grade fax boards?
colin.bodor at imperium.ca
Thu Apr 28 18:01:45 UTC 2016
If looking for old school industrial faxing capabilities then maybe something like:
I have a client who used to us them with a custom inbound dictation application and multiple PRIs to feed them (not the fax board, but dialogic) worked well. Not cheap for licensing...
From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-bounces at nanog.org] On Behalf Of Mike Hale
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To: Robert Jacobs <rjacobs at pslightwave.com>
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Subject: Re: carrier grade fax boards?
Not really fax board, but there are ATA (analog telephony (?)
adapters) that handle fax very well (and others that just suck at it).
Certain versions of the Cisco ATA 180 series worked really well even over satellite; others were terrible. It's somewhat of a hit or miss area.
How many users are you supporting? If you're looking for a device to just put on-prem at a customer site to handle fax, those ATAs are pretty easy to find.
On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 8:06 AM, Robert Jacobs <rjacobs at pslightwave.com> wrote:
> I would not consider any fax board "carrier grade" that uses sip .... sip to pots for faxes is still hit and miss.
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> On Thu, 28 Apr 2016 04:30:23 -0000, Ryan Finnesey said:
>> I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations on carrier grade
>> fax boards that are SIP based?
> What would "carrier grade" even *mean* for a fax board?
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