Michael Graves wrote:
>In many cases fax over VOIP simply isn't possible. I use m0n0wall and
>also a Asterisk server to provide voip based phones for y home and
>office. Fax over voip is only really reliable with T.38 protocol
>implemented. Most ATAs don't implement this, or provide poor
>implementations. You certainly won't have any success using a highly
>compressed codec. Only using G.711 will you even have a chance.
>If your m0n0wall installation is successfully working with the voip
>installation from a voice perspective then m0n0 is working correctly.
>What you're seeing is probably not a m0n0wall issue at all.
>Fax is in part the achilles heel of voip.
All true, except that this user has fax-over-VoIP working when using a
different firewall, the problem only shows up when passing through m0n0wall.
A well-dressed man walks into a bar and asks a woman to sleep
with him for $1M. The woman is excited and she gives immediate
consent: "Of course I'll sleep with you!".
Then the man asks, "will you sleep with me for $5?". The woman
indignantly replies, "Of course not! What do you think I am?".
The man replies, "We've already established what you are; now
we're merely haggling over the price."