Contact me [at bottom of site] for access to any of the listed services.

A web-based client to send and receive faxes.

Premise-based Secure File Transfer software.

Plenty of storage available.

Cloud-based (AWS) Secure File Transfer software.

Limited storage available, but high-availability system

A web-based fax application written in Angular by Cameron. Uses TGC REST api. 

Has capability of sending mass-faxes. Appears to only work on Windows OS devices at this time.


Web Service to send faxes and check their statuses using the Biscom Fax Servers

AudioCodes MP-118 Gateway

Faxes sent through the web client or REST API are most likely going to be sent through this AudioCodes FOIP gateway. Read-only access is available to everyone using the username “User” and Biscom’s default password: BH5


There are two APIs, one on port 5005 and 443. They both lead back to the same server but the one on 443 does not support AD auth as it passes through NGINX. API on 5005 works as expected but is restricted on Biscom corp network.

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Instructional Videos on Biscom Software

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