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muti-tech fax finder and cisco call manager

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has anyone used a faxfinder with the cisco call manager?  i've read various documentation about having to change the impedence to 600 complex which i've done.  but still not working, faxes go to the general admin maiblox and not to the user.  i believe it's not sending the dtmf tones.    using mgcp vg204 gateway
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It's most probably a lot more complicated then just passing tones, but it's been a long time since I looked at the Fax Finder.  I suspect you need an ATA that will support SIP and the T-38 fax protocol an I don't believe that the vg204 will do that..
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