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9th December 2005 at 14:00 #23877MikeMGuest
It is not supported.9th December 2005 at 15:45 #23878Me in ICU… need urgent HELPGuest
My QUintum Tenor D3000 keep restarting in very short period of time for example 1 min. I’ve got this problem since 24 hours ago.
It also went offline as a result, then i change the delay reset # to 5 and delay reset time ti 1 in order to avoid it going offline.
Kindly provide me some medicine 🙁12th December 2005 at 06:40 #23879DeveloperGuest
I was wondering if you guys could help me configure some outbound settings for AX series quintum devices. My secanrio is such that i have 16 ports enabled for outbound. When a request for a call reaches quintum i want to check the originating extension of the call and for extension 1111 to 1119 i want them to be able to use port 1 to 10 only and for extension 2111 to 2119 i want to use port 11 to 16. Any help in this regard would be appreciated12th December 2005 at 15:21 #23880MikeMGuest
As far as I recall, the Tenor will not route based on the ANI or Origination Number. It only routes based on the destination number. If the origination was different IP addresses, then you can play some tricks to do what you want, but not on the ANI.13th December 2005 at 08:27 #23881DeveloperGuest
Thanks for the reply. What do i need to do in order to route the call based on destination number? Right now i am only able to make outbound call using the first port. If i try to make another call i get a busy signal despite the fact that the rest of the 15 ports are available.
Thanks13th December 2005 at 14:01 #23882MikeMGuest
It sounds like either not all the channels are associated to the correct channel group, or maybe the Tenor is not detecting dialtone on the other lines. If you want to just have all the channels in one group and let each call hunt through the channels, first check your channel group (cg line) and make sure you have all the channels associated there. Then in your trunk group (tcrg line) make sure the hunting is set to either ascending or ascending round robin.14th December 2005 at 02:36 #23883dessGuest
How will i change the IP address, subnet mask as well as the gateway that i specified before in QUINTUM. I’m a first time user of this quipment. I tried several commands I used in CISCO but it doesn’t work… Guys help me please….thank you in advance15th December 2005 at 08:53 #23884Hi dessGuest
Please find the commands you want to use below:
ei*set sm 255.255.255.0
siprd*change i gatgeway
I hope these will be helpful17th December 2005 at 00:24 #23885dessGuest
thank you.. i’ll try it 🙂19th December 2005 at 13:37 #23886faisal riazGuest
Please can any1 provide me the detail documentation of quintum please A900 series. I will hihgly appreciate your help.
and any help me
fxs and fxo card detail documentation of router please cisco 2500.
Thank you for the help19th December 2005 at 14:19 #23887MikeM to FaisalGuest
I am assuming you mean the A800 as there is no such thing as A900. You can find all the standard documentation for all Quintum products on their web site under the support area.20th December 2005 at 17:36 #23888Charles JetraGuest
Hi, I am new comer in VOIP, I felt very shame when Someone ask me how to setup PBX why it will work. and our clients have radius server problem so that his call has been dropped, how he will recover this problem? any one can help me about this.
or mail me21st December 2005 at 08:23 #23889DeveloperGuest
I’ve tried everything but can’t seem to be able out from more than one line. Can you please send me a sample configuration for this? Or can i send you my configuration??…maybe i am missing something out. Incoming is working perfectly on all ports.22nd December 2005 at 16:48 #23890MikeM to DeveloperGuest
You can send me your config, just for the trunk group (pstn or tcrg) to email@example.com December 2005 at 17:18 #23891DylanGuest
I would like u to help me find the right documentation to learn Voip
i really appreciate ur help