Looking for something else?
The protocol defines the transport of data (a fax) between PSTN fax terminals through a fax gateway, between two Internet-aware fax terminals, or from a PSTN fax terminal through a fax gateway to an Internet-aware fax terminal. A T.38 stream is sometimes referred to as Fax over IP (FoIP).
PSTN fax terminals traditionally use the T.30 protocol to send analog data. To exchange analog fax data with a PSTN terminal over the Internet, the T.38 protocol first converts analog data into digital data. The protocol then converts the data back to analog on the receiving end if the receiver is a PSTN fax terminal.
Continue Reading About T.38 fax over IP (FoIP protocol)
'T.38 fax over IP (FoIP protocol)' is part of the:
View All Definitions
Dig deeper on SIP and Unified Communications Standards