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29th August 2003 at 14:49 #25128KelvinGuest
is there a way to config A800 to function as:
Route the calls to different gateway automatically according to the phone number dialed.
(for e.g) if dial 1-123456789 it will go to gateway 1(IP 1), if dial 011-123456789 it will be routed to Gateway 2(IP 2), if dial 018-123456789 it will be routed to Gateway 3(IP 3).
If it is available, how to config A800, is there any limitation on it?
Thanks a lot!29th August 2003 at 23:57 #25129NonameGuest
What you are refering to is called static routing.
If there is a limit on the ammount of routes, it is well over a hundred routes.
On a static route, you setup a phone number or area code or country code, and instruct the Quintum to use a specific gateway for those calls.
If you have more than one gateway that serves the same exact area, you setup diferent priority for each gateway within a route.
I do have the whole CLI manual if you need to perform this job.
Write me to mike3799@yahoo and I will reply with the manual.
Your e-mail must be able to receive a lrge file (3.5 mb file)30th August 2003 at 02:36 #25130DevaGuest
you only need 9 sroutes anyway if you think about it; 1*, 2*, 3*, and so on so furth… cuntry code “1” or international access o f “011” should be a part of the dailing string. So if you use LDN and e.164 standards, 9 static routes should covered the whole world. Happy configuring…30th August 2003 at 19:37 #25131NonameGuest
Deva is also correct. I read a little on the Quintum book and you could have 340 static routes, with
16 diferent DN’s on each one.
That means that you could ,in theory, connect to 340 diferent gateways, on diferent I.P. ‘s.
Within each gateway, you could discriminate 16 diferent numbers or area codes that you want to make diferent.
Theseetings are on the “border element” section of the Tenor.
Good luck!!!!2nd September 2003 at 14:19 #25132KelvinGuest
Thanks a lot, Mike and Deva.
Mike, I already have the CLI munual, I will go to the “Border element” section to learn how to config it.
I will contact you if there is any questions about it, is that ok?
Regards17th September 2003 at 20:28 #25133BijoyGuest
We are using an Quintum A800. We’re facing following problem-
After call connection & talking call disconnected within 30/35 seconds. (We facing this problem every destination & every call)
Please, I hope someone could help me out of this.
Bijoy18th September 2003 at 01:50 #25134nonameGuest
I have seen that trouble when you interface Quintum with some Cisco gear.
Have you tried to connect to another Quintum for a test???
That will tell you if the trouble is with your equipment or the provider that you are using.18th September 2003 at 08:24 #25135Teodor GeorgievGuest
There was such a problem in the past between Quintum and Cisco. But it is fixed since a long time ago in newer firmware versions.
what is your firmware?
(check with “dis v” command)24th September 2003 at 19:14 #25136Voip TechGuest
If your network connection is not that good select net could be trying to change the call over to the pstn. You may want to try turning disabling this feature.25th September 2003 at 15:07 #25137nonameGuest
at least not in quintum.29th September 2003 at 08:42 #25138Hi BijoyGuest
It’has a simple solution.
In config mode enter pstntg 1
callsig must be loopstart (1)(default) and supervision is (3) answer and disconnect..answerdelay is (0) default..