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29th January 2004 at 22:19 #26289randomdaveGuest
The company I work for is pcurrently playing with VOIP, and as I have been handling the PBX I get the job of handling setting up SIP servers and gateways etc… (OH DAMN!)
I have a loan MP-104 to try and link our PBX to the SIP proxy. I am just not to familiar with the architecture of gateways and approach I need to take. I have the box on the LAN no worries, but I am still trying to understand how it ties back to the PBX.
I know this is really basic level stuff, but can anyone help?
Dave30th January 2004 at 04:10 #26290NonameGuest
Well, what is the MP-104???
Or what type of ports does it have???
FXS ??? FXO??? 4 wires with E and M?
Assuming that the box have the normal FXS ports, menaing that there is a port where you normally will plug a phone , You could connect those ports to a standar C.O. trunk card on the PBX.
That is the type of ports used by your everyday,normal phone lines coming from your friendly phone company.
Once that is done, you need to program the PBX to access those lines, either by dialing a access code (dial 3333 for long distance), or if you have a little key system, you may make a “hotkey” that will give you acccess to the dial tone from the box (press the second buttom on the right to call long distance)
If you get more details, like what kind of interface does the box have, and the brand and model of the PBX, I could pass mre information .
Things that do not work:(try them at your own risk.
1)Extension line of your PBX,conected to the FXS port of your box
2)C.O. trunk of the PBX conected to FXo ports on the box
one of the devices need to be “voltage provider” (FXS) and the other is a “voltage sinker” (FXO), or it will not work.29th February 2004 at 20:54 #26291Anthony FarrugiaGuest
I have a voip gateway and still setting it up for the first time, do I need to set up the IP of the dsl modem, are there any useful link regarding Audiocodes voip gateways
Thanks in advance29th February 2004 at 21:22 #26292Anthony FarrugiaGuest
This Is a MP-102, It uses FXS