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analog through vpn

analog through vpn

analog through vpn

(OP)
i have a worker that has a 12004 at his home office connected via netgear vpn. phone and all works perfect, is there a device that can be connected to allow a fax machine to be connected, like an ata? i have hime set up to fax through the pc but we also need to have pages signed and then faxed. scanning the pages is an option then transmitting, however, out of curiousity, is there a device that will allow this?

thanks

RE: analog through vpn

Your ISP may be blocking ports. VPN is the best solution.

RE: analog through vpn

Sorry, wrong thread. ignore that....

RE: analog through vpn

There are analogue to IP (H323) adapter available. I've never tested this with the BCM but they work on Meridian/Succession

RE: analog through vpn

(OP)
will give it a shot, you wouldn't by chance have a part number would you?

thanks,
fonguy

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