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18th November 2003 at 18:09 #20990Ahuramazda59Guest
hi , how can I block my caller ID in other phone when I call them ?22nd December 2004 at 07:11 #20991Tassos,Guest
I have a serious problem
I want to configure a cisco 1760 fxs-fxo with panasonic pbx 500, like this:
Analog phone-router cisco- PPP – router cisco- Panasonic pbx.
The problem is when i call from pbx -the number of the phone port- i listen a tone and only after i can take the number of the Phone on fxs.How i can configure to call from pbx directly to analog phone on fxs.28th December 2004 at 05:16 #20992Saul BejaranoGuest
Your problem is not answer supervision but cisco configuration, you have to configure the right dial-plan on your cisco gateway, basically set up the dial-peers correctly.28th December 2004 at 23:04 #20993ElieGuest
is the answer supervion problem also available in the new analogue and DX Digital when we enable the ProgTone?? as it was available in A800??
Elie31st December 2004 at 08:32 #20994TassosGuest
but the big new problem are in the disconect times or in the way that cisco “understand” the td-500 panasonic when the user from pbx put the phone down.So, When a user from pbx/fxo call the remote user at fxs,the remote user rings correctly.BUT if this user don’t pick-up and the local(fxo) close the phone the line-ringing remains -up.If anyone knows anything about Cisco vs Panasonic,please talk…
thanks….11th January 2005 at 10:54 #20995TassosGuest
Happy New Year guys.12th January 2005 at 05:39 #20996SaulGuest
I can take a look at your cisco configuration, please send me your show run.
email@example.com January 2005 at 06:55 #20997TassosGuest
Goodmorning from Greece.
After 11 hours of hard test i found the finaly synthesis of timers(cptone\freq/caedence/dbm0/….).
I’m really thanks the people who looks for me.
StBy.13th January 2005 at 19:37 #20998ShashankGuest
Anyone can help to know how can i use CAC 24 T1 Channel Bank with CDMA or GSM ( FCT )
Its an urgnet
shashank14th January 2005 at 06:55 #20999SaulGuest
For CDMA you can use cell sockets, for GSM you can use a GSM channel bank like Valiant, Orion or some other european GSM channel bank, in case you want to use cell sockets please do not post your bad experience back 🙂 they work but is really not painless, it will hurt your asr when you have a cell socket not working.19th January 2005 at 02:15 #21000VOIP BrettGuest
I am configuring a cisco as5350 with an t1 carrier access cb.
clock source internal
ds0-group 0 timeslots 1-24 type fxo-loop-start
Can someone tell me switch settings on the CAC Channelbank?20th January 2005 at 14:44 #21001raulGuest
Hi I´m from Guatemala and i have a Clarent Gateway 1200. I don´t have any information about the configuration of the software could any of you help me with some information or manual. Thanks.28th January 2005 at 00:12 #21002NobelGuest
I need to block ID sending using cisco AS5300 or Quantum A800, I want to know i there is any configuration or software that could block the number from appearing on mobiles or landlines with caller ID devices, can anyone advise pls..Thanks..28th January 2005 at 02:00 #21003To Raul about ClarentGuest
There is no information that is available online about Clarent.
The Clarent units do not work by themselves, only under the control of a master unit, called the comand center.
If you only have a gateway, all what you have is a old PC with some DSP units and FXS or T1 interface.
I have myself some gateways 100, a command center and a gatekeeper, all of them unused because you need to buy the licence to operate them.
Good luck29th January 2005 at 00:31 #21004NobelGuest
Would the cisco AS5300 operate with a CAC CB or would there be answer supervesion issues? Thanks for your swift and kind advise.
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