Analog Lines (Fax and Voice)

Analog Lines (Fax and Voice)

Fax lines must use:

  • uLaw,
  • 120s ring time,
  • no voicemail.

Voice lines can use:

  • any codec,
  • 120s ring time (if not using voicemail) with failover to alternate lines utilizing Busy and Offline destinations.



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