I recently configured T.38 on Asterisk 10.4.2. When I send the fax to
Asterisk, it gives the errors as listed below; WARNING: app_fax.c:442 transmit_audio: channel
'SIP/192.168.1.69-00000000' refused to negotiate T.38
WARNING: app_fax.c:174 span_message: WARNING T.30 ECM carrier not
found As in sip.conf the configuration is listed below; t38pt_udptl = yes,fec,maxdatagram=400
faxdetect = t38 And the rest are the standard configuration. Please advise to resolve this issue.
Anybody, can you please share your thoughts to overcome this issue?
> I'm getting error: ' FAX session '9' is complete, result: 'FAILED'
> (FAX_FAILURE_PARTIAL), error: '3RD_T2_TIMEOUT', pages: 1, resolution:
> '204x196', transfer rate: '9600', remoteSID: '' ' when I tried send fax
> more than 2 pages to Asterisk using T.38.
> First I set speed rate to 14400 which I was getting same error message
> while sending 2 fax pages document. Later I set the speed rate for sending
> fax machine…
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