How does Bavo fax routing work(FG40)
Bavo Fax Server is a easy to install network fax server, It was
designed for home and business use, and comes with all hardware and
software to allows you to send and receive faxes in a network
environment by using a public phone line.
Bavo Main Features:
Print to Fax
Virtual fax extension
Incoming fax Automatic Routing
Easy Install and Cost Effectively
Super G3 High Fax Speed
A key ability for Network fax packages is usually to be in the
position to determine the correct person who receiving an incoming
fax. Bavo Fax Server can achieve this by following ways
Virtual Extension/ DID routing
Bavo Fax Server provides every user a special Extension number,
once you enable the Virtual Extension function, the device operate
in following way.
1.The caller dials the fax number and waits before the call is
2.Bavo Fax Server will paly a welcome message. And after that the
caller/PBX should go into the extension number.
3.The Bavo Fax Server will recognize the extension number and employ
it to recognize the recipient of the fax Virtual Extension routing
is most regularly applied in conjunction with a PBX which supports
DID/DTMF conversion. In such a case, you can utilize excess DID
lines through the PBX to route the fax to an extension. The PBX
will convert the DID tones to DTMF and forward them to Bavo Fax
Server after playing welcome message. Most typical PBXs support the
conversion from DID to DTMF.
Line routing - line routing allows to assign an actual fax line to
a user. For instance, if your office had 4 facsimile machines in
each department, you could employ those 4 fax lines Bavo Fax Server
to route the faxes to every department in accordance with the
number on which it was received.
CSID (Caller Sender Identification) depends on the FAX ID, which
each FAX machine/FAX server displays when sending a fax. While it
rarely changes, you can use it to recognize the sender as well as
the related recipient.
CID(Caller ID), the sender’s fax number, you can use it to
recognize the sender and therefore the related recipient.
When no recipient can be determined for a faxserver, the faxes are
routed to a designated mailbox, in which the inbound fax router (a
person designated to route faxes) can observe the fax and choose
the correct recipient. This mailbox could be the mailbox of a
particular user, or it could be an Exchange public folder.