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Re: [hylafax-users] Hylafax+ With E1 card possible ?

Andrew Rinaldi wrote:
Hi Steve,

I see logs from many different high volumes systems.  Three that I monitor
regularly are US based 'service providers' that offer 'internet fax'
services to the general public.  It's these results that yield the 40% V.34
figure that I quoted (up from 32% at the end of 2005)

I also see logs from many other high volume vendors who's user base is more
targeted as you suggest.... many of our medical customers for instance
deploy V.34 machines to their end users when they install fax servers.

You can also expect to see many new V.34 fax machines because both LSI
(Agere) and SiLabs have released new V.34 fax machine chipsets in the last
eighteen months.
There have been many V.17 chipsets available since the early 90's, yet a huge number of V.29 only thermal paper FAX machines are still shipped. :-)

In debugging my T.38 code over the last few months, against as many gateways as I can find, I have not seen a single T.38 gateway that appears to offer V.34 operation. Mine certainly doesn't, as a free V.34 is not possible. I believe at least the Cisco boxes support V.34 over T.38, but all the ones I have tested against must have it disabled.


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