[Freeswitch-users] Commercial Fax over T.30 for FreeSWITCH
anita.hall at simmortel.com
Tue May 8 16:35:12 MSD 2012
I am sorry for the trouble. You are right, I should stay focused on FS +
I double checked, the clock is taken from the E1. I have in wanpipe1.conf
TE_CLOCK = NORMAL
TE_REF_CLOCK = 0
On Sat, May 5, 2012 at 12:18 AM, Steve Underwood <steveu at coppice.org> wrote:
> On 05/05/2012 01:39 AM, Alex Crow wrote:
> > On 04/05/12 17:17, Steve Underwood wrote:
> >> On 05/03/2012 08:23 PM, Anita Hall wrote:
> >>> Hi Alex
> >>> Thanks for the tip :)
> >>> No, I am running FreeSWITCH on an Ubuntu 64-bit Quad core machine.
> >>> There is no VM.
> >>> Is it possible to use Hylafax instead of or in combination to
> >>> FreeSWITCH if I am using Sangoma E1 Cards ?
> >>> What all things should I check to ensure that the timing on my system
> >>> is good? Like, may be, my motherboard is bad or my kernel could be
> >>> tuned better ?
> >> Are you really interested in fixing your problems? It seems you have
> >> greater interest in tinkering with every possible solution. Many many
> >> people handle hundreds of thousands of FAXes per day with low failures
> >> rates using:
> >> asterisk + iaxmodem/spandsp + hylafax, or
> >> asterisk + spandsp, or
> >> freeswitch + spandsp
> >> and some people are probably now carrying significant traffic with
> >> freeswitch + spandsp + hylafax, which is a recent addition to the
> >> options. They all work well when set up properly.
> >> Steve
> > Steve,
> > Forgive me, but to be honest I think that opening sentence is a bit
> > harsh. Timing is important for fax, and I think the OP just wants to
> > eliminate all the possible causes, which is commendable. I have had
> > problems in the past with bad timing in the kernel on Ubuntu (although
> > it may not apply here, I was on BRI) and it was a really difficult time
> > with lots of complaints from users until I pinned it down.
> > I think we just need to point out the great capabilities of the Free/OSS
> > software that is available. I have been stunned with the quality and
> > stability of both FreeSwitch and HylaFAX, and having used the latter for
> > more than a decade in a commercial environment cannot fault it. It also
> > has great Windows clients such as WHFC, great reporting of fax outcomes
> > built-in, and just seems to do its job without ever needing attention
> > (We had one box with 5+ years of uptime). Moving to to a new
> > softswitch/PBX can be very daunting for a new user, especially one that
> > comes from the Asterisk environment (lots of baggage) or one not
> > accustomed to telephony in general.
> Have you seen what and where she has been posting? She's taking a
> scattergun approach, and its getting kind of annoying. She seems to
> assume every piece of software around is thoroughly broken, and the fact
> people are using it successfully in high volume applications is an
> illusion. Nice people get a lot of help from me, if I'm not too busy.
> She won't.
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