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Cisco ATA CUCM configuration for faxing

Posted on 2011-09-06
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I've just purchased 2 new cisco ATA 187's and was a little confused on how to begin the install.

Do I set the ATA's up as phones under devices or as gateways in CUCM? These will be used specifically for faxing.  I would also like to ask if this setup would work through a VPN tunnel?

Any help is appreciated.
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Set up ASA just like any other Ip phone, select it in the drop down list, enter MAC address, assign a number, etc
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Each ATA will have 2 lines associated to it correct?

So if I read correctly I will drop the first 2 hex digits and add 01 to the end for the 2nd line correct?
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Yes, you are correct. You can connect 2 faxes, for example
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Thanks.
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