Saturday, March 7, 2009

Future Fax using IP and Server

Nowdays with the faster technology growth into the market in any bussines types and sector, like cctv security system, fax server, web design and any other things will growth very fast.

A fax server is a software package running on a computer server that is equipped with one or more fax-capable modems (or dedicated fax boards) attached to telephone lines (or, more recently, software that uses modem emulators T.38 (Fax over IP) to transmit the signal over an IP network). Its function is to accept documents from users, convert them into faxes, and transmit and receive fax calls and store them, or documents or transmit them to users. May users communicate with the server in several ways, either through a local network or Internet. In a large organization with heavy fax traffic, the computer that hosts the fax server in May will be dedicated to this function, in this case, the computer itself May also be known as a fax server.

Fax Over IP

Stands for FoIP Fax over IP, and refers to the process of sending and receiving faxes through a VoIP network.

Fax-over-IP works on T38 and T38 is one of the location, VoIP gateway and as a T38 capable fax machine, fax, or fax software. Fax server software that can speak "T38" allows you to send and receive faxes directly via a VoIP gateway, and therefore, requires no additional hardware fax.

3CX with a T38-compatible network fax server in its 3CX PBX for Windows. Faxes will be PDF files and e-mail. Outgoing faxes are sent via Microsoft Fax, from anywhere in the network. Other fax servers currently on the market require the use of separately licensed and expensive Softip Dialogic drivers.

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