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23rd September 2006 at 16:13 #22918MikeM to SumanGuest
Did you review the documentation I referenced?
For any further troubleshooting, I would need to login to the unit and see what is happening and find out more about your application.
You can contact me directly at
firstname.lastname@example.org September 2006 at 07:22 #22919SumanGuest
Thanks for all your support and help. Well I have changed back the configuration back to the following. But the problem is: as soon as the call hit the gateway, it drops. If 7 calls are sent, only 1 or 2 becomes active.
config pstntg 1# pprriinntt
PSTN Trunk Group: 1
Name = PstnPassThrough1
Pass Through = yes(1)
PT Trunk ID = 0
Provide Call Progress Tone = no(0)
Busyout = no(0)
Hunt Algorithm = ascending-round-robin(2)
Modem Calls = No(0)
Direction = outgoing(1)
DN Used = public
End Of Dial = yes(1)
End Of Dial Digit = #
Add End of Dial Digit = no(0)
Ivr Type = None
CID = From Interface(0)
External Routing Request = no(0)
Auto Switch Enable = no(0)
Forced IP Routing # = none
Trunk ID(Account Code) = none
Trunk ID Delivery = none
2 Stage Dial = No
Translate Inbound Caller ID = no(0)
Relay Caller ID = yes(1)
IP Extension = no(0)
Maximum LAM Calls Allowed = 7
LAM: Index Pattern Replacement NumberType
Cas Signaling Type = loop start(1)
Cas Orientation = user(0)
Dial Tone Detect = yes(1)
Dial Delay Timeout = 1000
Answer Delay Timeout = 120
Flash-Hook Signaling = no(0)
Supervision = answer and disconnect(3)
Caller Id Detection = no(0)
dtmf-ontime = 100
dtmf-offtime = 100
unit# 1 line# 2: 1,2,4,5,6,7,8
Thanks in advance.24th September 2006 at 11:19 #22920SarojGuest
I have problem with my quintum.
System Software Version p4-2-20-21(LEC)(1733826/OxD5B6)
Problem is call comes in my gw but it doesn’t get activated.
The calls show call proc, then after 10 sec it becomes term disc(19).
I am using CDMA lines. I’ve done test dial, and seems fine.
Please help me and thanks in advance to all the posters.24th September 2006 at 13:45 #22921MikeM to SumanGuest
The config looks ok, it may be a problem with the lines not all giving dialtone and you should try the test command to test each line for dialtone. The commands are entered from the Quintum prompt and are;
test o x (where x is the pstn port number to test)
test e (to end the test).
Again, for any further troubleshooting, I would need to access your system directly to see what is happening. If you need my support services on this, please contact me directly at email@example.com.
Mike M24th September 2006 at 13:50 #22922MikeM to SarojGuest
10 seconds is a long time for the call to sit there and then disconnect. This sounds like it could be either a long PDD or possible some other problem between the CDMA and the mobile carrier.
You should review the tenor event log if you are familiar with it to really determine what may be happening.
firstname.lastname@example.org October 2006 at 10:28 #22923SharminGuest
I have a Quintum Tenor A800 gateway and 8 PSTN lines. I need to learn the step by step procedure to configure the Tenor A800 through Hyperterminal. Does anyone have the “command list” that I can work with? I would be really grateful if anyone helps me
regarding this issue. I need an immediate help.
email@example.com October 2006 at 12:50 #22924MikeM to SharminGuest
The full command list is available on Quintum’s web site. Go to http://www.quintum.com, select support, then scroll down and select your model type. On the next page look for the setup documents and you should see on that is the command line reference guide. This will give you a list of all commands, but it will not give you step-by-step configuration instructions.
If you need support on configuration, you may contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike17th November 2006 at 19:52 #22925noorGuest
any one help to setup gnugk to quintum a 800 (detination ep)nat behind25th November 2006 at 01:23 #22926emranGuest
hello everyone, can anybody help me how can i set redial option on my quintum AXT800 AXM800
thank’s in advance
emran ksa25th November 2006 at 04:06 #22927MikeM to emranGuest
There is no such feature as redial in quintum.28th November 2006 at 13:11 #22928JustinGuest
I put GSM wireless modem to Tenor A800 and not working at all.
Do I have to change some configuration in order to make it work ? i.e ringtone frequency ???28th November 2006 at 13:45 #22929MikeM to JustinGuest
What do you mean that it is not working? You need to provide some specifics here. Is the A800 configured at all or did you simply plug the GSM in to the A800, with no config, and expect it to work? Did you check the alarms on the A800 to see if the unit is in bypass mode? Have you tried using the test command (test o x where x is the pstn line number to test for dial tone, then test e to end the test).
Or is it a routing problem. The more information you provide, the better assistance we can provide.
email@example.com November 2006 at 14:28 #22930justinGuest
sorry I was in hurry, as I provided too little info.
Before I used fix line and it was working perfectly.
But when I connect GSM wireless modem to A800, seems like A800 is unable to detect ring tone when I dial to the GSM modem. (the PSTN port suppose to be light on but in this case it doesn’t)
So I thought maybe the GSM modem doesn’t have enough voltage to perform the line reversal, and I check the line reversal voltage, it looks normal too.
so now I am thinking maybe I need to set ring tone to different frequency or something.
Does anyone know how to solve this problem ? thanks28th November 2006 at 18:38 #22931MikeM to JustinGuest
Make sure that the units are properly grounded (electrically). You mentioned about reversal, but try setting the signaling to just loop start, not line reversal.
The ring frequency has nothing to do with the PSTN side. It is used for the pbx side. And the pstn ring sensitivity is used for calls that come from PSTN to tenor.
Make sure that you are at the latest software version on the unit (latest P4-2-20 should be fine).
Other than that, I know that early on there was a lot of problems like this with gsm devices and there was never a full solution. As of late, I really have not seen this problem come up.
firstname.lastname@example.org November 2006 at 03:41 #22932JustinGuest
I just check A800, looks like the software is already the latest (P4-2-20).
the signalling is set to loop start already.
I see there is an option for modems call in configuration, I tried both setting (PSTN/PBX, Moip) but not working as well
I am not sure how to config A800 so that it can accept GSM modem’s call. This is the first time I ever use GSM modem to connect to A800..