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27th September 2004 at 20:25 #28170KathyGuest
I have reset my quintum (A800) to factory default. I want to configure it send traffic to another Cisco located in other city. I am operating a callshop and all my intention is to send traffic to another IP, say 123.258.11.10. I am using this a primary gatekeeper.
What is the code to configure it.
Kathy27th September 2004 at 22:32 #28171Mat @ Blue LavaGuest
If you drop me your email address I’d be happy to send you a sample Quintum to Cisco configuration.
Are you using H323 or SIP on the A800?29th September 2004 at 21:28 #28172HugoGuest
If you need a basic config. for you A800 and call shop I can help for free.
Sendme a note to : firstname.lastname@example.org September 2004 at 01:07 #28173NonameGuest
Well, look at all the offers for help, and that is without posting your picture!!!!!
If you need a basic config file for a A800, calling a carrier, I could send one too.
Or Hugo, or Mat.
Or you could cheat and go to any of the new providers that offer services to ATA and other devices, they also have sample configurations for ATA most of the time.
Even dualtalk.com does have some samples.
You need to setup only about 10 items to start making calls.
I have number three……..
Best regards.30th September 2004 at 20:09 #28174KathyGuest
Thanks. Can you please tell me the 10 steps.
Thanks a bunch1st October 2004 at 02:19 #28175Noname to KathyGuest
I hope that nobody is counting the steps….
1)Asign a I.P. address, mask and default gateway to the unit.
The only way to do it is trought the console cable the first time. Once you have the I.P. address on the box, you could telnet into it.
2) Verify network conectivity. From the quintum prompt, type ping xxx.ccc.vvv.eee, with a valid I.P. address.
You should be able to ping the outside world and the outside world should be able to ping your unit.
3) Setup the codec of the unit. Only one codec per box.
Get the codec that your provider uses, and enter into the box.
config dsp# voicecoding 68 (that is g729)
config dsp# exit
4)Next you need to setup a static route to your provider gateway.
You need the I.P. of your provider and the port that they use (normally 1720)
config be# sr 20 ( or any other number up to 160 I think)
config be sr 20# callsig 123.321.342.123:1720 Replace the nonsense numbers with the I.P. of your provider.
config be sr 20# dn 1 * 0 1 1
config be sr 20# exit
config be# exit
Now, for the final trick, type the following from the quintum prompt:
gk route 1212555121
You are asking the gateway what will it do in case that there is a call to this number in New York.
If the gateway is ready to pass calls, it will respond with the I.P. address of the provider.
If not, check the following, in this order:
On the “border element I.P.” field
of the gateway, you should have your very own I.P. address.
It is under “gksys”
command is :
config gksys# border 0 126.96.36.199 (put your own I.P.)
On the gatekeeper field, under “h323 gateway ” should be all zeros.
Last step: Put the unit “online”
config# unit 1
config unit 1# online 1
Verify by requesting a config, print.
That is in a nutshell the basic steps.
May be some other settings , like area code and international codes, but to make only outgoing calls , dialing the american way (011 for international), it should work O.K.
Or send the config to the email and I will correct and reply over the weekend.
With that you are creating a sr to the provider, that indicates that any number dialed by your gateway (*), will be routed to the provider as a public call