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15th May 2004 at 03:24 #27164NonameGuest
Hello everyone. I am trying to setup a Quintum D3000 with a E1 interface.
The normal VOIP part of the 3000 works normal, but the E1 portion of it keeps rejecting the calls, does not matter what number I dial.
Anyone have a working configuration that could post or e-mail me?????.
Since I am based on the US, do not have any experience with E1. I am learning as I go.
Any sample configuration will be apreciated.
Only need the part related to the E1 interface and signaling group.
My email Mike3799@yahoo.com
Thanks folks!!!!15th May 2004 at 11:17 #27165Teodor GeorgievGuest
You should ask the Telco for ISDN settings.
in Europe different
line 1 2
link is E1
Law is A-law (U-law for North America and Japan – T1, A-law for Europe, Middle East and Asia -> E1)
Line coding is usually HDB3 for E1
e1 framing is usually SF.
This is L1 settings. If you want to see if the settings are OK, look at your alarms.
For ISDN -> for E1 (Europe, Asia, Middle East) signalling is mostly ETSI. if not – then QSIG.
D-channel is 1615th May 2004 at 14:41 #27166Noname to allGuest
O.K. i was able to decipher some of this jumble mambo.
The first number is the unit number (always one), and the second number is the indicator for PBX or PSTN ( Number one for PBX and two for PSTN)
The alarmas are clear, the link is up,but all the calls get rejected.
The ISDN log indicates always “unallocated number” .
I tried sending the area code +number, number by itself,nine plua area code and number, with the same resutls.
Change the “flags to national, international, long distance and local type.
But I always get the same pesky message.
I satrt thinking that the trouble is the phone equipment,but since i do not have a working config to look at , I am not sure.