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16th January 2004 at 10:52 #23015an ice kiss :DGuest
i have been chenged wrongly “LCF/LRJ V3plus” from “0” to “1” and default value for this command is “0”.
i can’t return this command to its default value.
when I type “lcflrjv3plus 0” i will receive “command error”.
plz help me.
thanks.16th January 2004 at 17:41 #23016Rasse Hassan KadirGuest
I have an audiocodes which i connected with cellsocket. As everyone know the cellsocket need the “#” sign to initiate a call. My question is:
a. Can audiocode generate “#” as last digit of its own?
b. If the other gateway send “#” as last digit to audioces how it will handle?
Second thing is my asnwer supervision in Audiocodes (MP-108 FXO) has turned on, the polarity is YEs, and Enable Current Disconnect is YEs also. But when the other party calls the gw it keeps on ringing and ringing despite the cellsocket gets disconnected after 6 rings. Is there any parameter in the Audiocodes which can give correct solution to this problem pls. Pls mail me:
firstname.lastname@example.org January 2004 at 01:40 #23017rezaGuest
my problem has been solved. i have been chenged Subnet and all things is ok.
thank u very mutch.
But there is a another problem about LCF/LRJ v3Plus.
i cannot change the value for this section. recommended value is 0 but its default value is 1 and i can not change its value.
plz help me
thanks again18th January 2004 at 17:12 #23018NonameGuest
There is something wrong about that command.
I could not change it also on my gateway.
The manual that I have does not mention that feature at all.
It tops short on that page and goes to DSP commands.
I went to the Quintum site, got into the new CLI and also do not have any mention of that feature.
Very extrange. I tried shortening the command, taking out the last few letters, with no luck.
Noname23rd January 2004 at 11:37 #23019BabarGuest
i have a problum,
i communicate the voip between 2 hop of vsat.i am using the cisco 1751 router.voip is communicate but cant fax between 2 hop.
now i want to use the Quintum.which one can work properly and can i use quintum on one side and cisco on other side..
i hope you will help me
Babar21st February 2004 at 00:31 #23020KumarGuest
I have a Quintum A800, set it up. But the traffic from other GW are not happening.
Only the following message are appearing in in the originating GW.
1. Calls are still failing to a “no circuits available” message
I added the Originating GW IP in the Allowed Static route in BE settings. Now we are getting the following message:
1. Calls are failing with no route to destination now
Can anyone help????24th February 2004 at 13:08 #23021www.blue-lava.co.ukGuest
You need to add your own gw’s ip address into the allowed table as otherwise the gw will not be able to register to its own gk25th February 2004 at 13:30 #23022KSGuest
can u please explain how to do this.1st March 2004 at 17:36 #23023johnGuest
i need to set up tenor A800 please help in the configuration…8th March 2004 at 21:06 #23024KSGuest
In the gkadmin section of the gw configuration, be sure to have the GW’s IP address in the allow list.
You can check out the appropriate commands to do so.
Voice4IP8th March 2004 at 21:09 #23025Voice4IPGuest
Try the command.
I know the command syntax for the lcf field is misleading (sucks out the logic out of your brain!).
Regards,11th March 2004 at 20:15 #23026rinkuGuest
hi, if anybody know how to setup audiocode on net2phone pls let know .on SIP . iam allready uisng same with Delta3 but i could go throgh with net2phone. pls help12th March 2004 at 07:18 #23027BhamanGuest
I have a CISCO ROUTER 2600 Series and i forgot the USER NAME and PASSWORD of it , IS anyone Konw how can i reset this Router and setting up agine it .
Thanks12th March 2004 at 08:43 #23028www.blue-lava.co.ukGuest
I’ll email you the details of how to get around the password issue – you do need to be locally connected to the unit using the Cisco cable to the console port.
email@example.com March 2004 at 23:26 #23029nazimGuest
I’m new in the voip technology, can anybody help me to configure my A800 to route the calls from pbx over IP to this adress for example 111.222.333.444
Thanks for your help
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