HylaFAX The world's
most advanced open source fax server
Re: [hylafax-users] Class 2.1?
So, if I have an Hayes Accura V.34 + Fax (external)
it's a good idea to run it in Class 2 instead of class 1 ?
Will I have better quality or only better speed?
On Wed, 2002-10-23 at 17:03, Lee Howard wrote:
> On 2002.10.23 13:44 Michael T. Babcock wrote:
> > Our most recent multitech modem supports classes 1, 1.0, 2.0, 2.1;
> > where can I get info on class 2.1? (We're running it in Class 1
> > anyway).
> ITU T.32 and its addendums.
> Essentially Class 2.1 varies from [a fully implemented] Class 2.0 by
> V.34-fax (Super G3) capability. Likewise Class 1.0 varies from Class 1
> by the same.
> HylaFAX can't use this capability of Class 1.0, though, currently.
> In actuality, though, a fax Class is whatever the manufacturer makes it
> be. Whether the manufacturer calls it 2, 2.0, or 2.1 is a matter of
> their preference. But, generally speaking, Class 2 is Rockwell's draft
> and Class 2.0 is USR's draft. Class 2.0 became the standard. 2.1 is
> simply an extension of 2.0.
____________________ HylaFAX(tm) Users Mailing List _______________________
To subscribe/unsubscribe, click http://lists.hylafax.org/cgi-bin/lsg2.cgi
On UNIX: mail -s unsubscribe email@example.com < /dev/null
*To learn about commercial HylaFAX(tm) support, mail firstname.lastname@example.org.*