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Cisco AS5300 gateway FoIP problem

I have a Cisco AS5300 gateway. i have problems sending international faxes on FoIP (Fax over IP), although i can send local faxes. i wish to know if AS5300 does not support FoIP by itself, and what can i do to activate and make it able to send international faxes.

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Once I had a problem with Ethernet auto negotiation, fax-es and AS5300. all links in fax IP path had to be set to fixed configuration (ex. 100 Mbps full-duplex).

Cisco equipment could not autonegotiate link speed by itself (VG248, C3550 and AS5350), so it tried every few seconds to re-negotiate ethernet link speed, and those extra packets broke fax transmision over IP. Voice worked OK, at the same time.

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