Does Joyfax Server
Joyfax Server supports an ISDN adapter with a
T.30-compatible CAPI 2.0 driver. Not every card
can be used: Some are only able to fax with a manufacturer-supplied
software. You can check if a given card has a T.30-compatible CAPI
by downloading the free CapiInfo utility.
For fax polling, the B3 protocol "T.30 with
Extensions" is required.
- Cards for one S0/T0
line can typically send and receive on both B
channels simultaneously. However, in most cases (like AVM-Fritz) it
is not possible to combine two or more passive cards in one PC
since their driver does not support this.
- Multi cards like the Primux-2S0 or -4S0
allow sending and receiving on four resp. eight channels. These
adapters are now also available as PCI-E (PCI Express) cards.
- S2M cards like Primux-1S2M or -2S2M can
send and receive on all 30 resp. 60 channels of one resp. two
primary-rate lines. They require a PC CPU with 1.5 GHz or faster
and at least 512 MB of RAM.
- ISDN routers like RVS-COM can be used if
they implement a LAN CAPI interface with T.30 support, e.g. with a
DSP module for decoding fax tones. They are an alternative if
internal ISDN cards cannot be used e.g. because the server is
running in a virtualized environment.
The following shows you how to configure the AVM ISDN FRITZ USB
modem with Joyfax Server:
- Install AVM ISDN CAPI Port
- Test the installed modem:
Open the Windows Device Manager, you will see the
AVM ISDN Custom Config Modem installed on your
Right-Click the AVM ISDN Custom Config modem,
click Properties menu, in AVM ISDN Custom
Config Properties dialog box, select
Diagnostics tab, there's a Query
Modem button in this tab. If the modem is correctly
installed, the list box under the button will display a list of AT
commands and the modem's actual response to them when you clicking
the Query Modem button.
You should find the AT+FCLASS=? command with the
0,2 value line in that list box. That means this
kind of modem supports Class 2 standard only.
- In Joyfax Server, open the Fax Device Settings
window, click Configure Manually button to add the
Finally, don't forget to set the Fax Class to
Class 2, and try the following Init Strings one