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MCK Extender 6000 PBX Gateway

MCK Extender 6000 PBX Gateway

MCK Extender 6000 PBX Gateway

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I have replace a bad MCK 6000 PBX Gateway, Norstar compatible with an ATA placed for the fax line. Since then we cannot fax. The faxes will answer and it will dial-out, but it acts like the data is not being understood. Is there a particular codac that it needs for its channel port. Not very familiar with the MCK's but do understand them. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Version of the new mck is a V2.1.6r3 and the one replaced was a 2.1.5r4.

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RE: MCK Extender 6000 PBX Gateway

Not the worlds greatest MCKer, but my fax is working with
ADPCM32
path constant
tx attenuation 100
rx attenuation 80
jitter 75
packet size 4
line type 2

hope that helps

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