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Dial without Dial tone..

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    Hi guys!!!

    I have a Quintum E1 D3000 and I would like to know what to do to detect dial tone before send the digts?

    Here is part of my configuration:
    config# line 1 1
    config line 1 1# print
    Line: 1
    Law = ALaw(1)
    T1 or E1 = E1(1)
    Line Code = HDB3(2)
    CRC = yes(1)
    E1 Framing Format = SF(0)
    E1 Impedance = 120ohm(1)
    config line 1 1#

    config pstntg 1# print
    PSTN Trunk Group: 1
    Name = PstnPassThrough1
    Pass Through = no(0)
    PT Trunk ID = 0
    Provide Call Progress Tone = no(0)
    Busyout = no(0)
    Hunt Algorithm = ascending-round-robin(2)
    Overlap Dial = no(0)
    Modem Calls = No(0)
    Direction = both(2)
    DN Used = public
    End Of Dial = no(0)
    Ivr Type = None
    CID = From Interface(0)
    External Routing Request = no(0)
    Auto Switch Enable = no(0)
    Forced IP Routing # = none
    Trunk ID(Account Code) = none
    Trunk ID Delivery = none
    2 Stage Dial = No
    Translate Inbound Caller ID = no(0)
    Relay Caller ID = no(0)
    IP Extension = no(0)
    Maximum LAM Calls Allowed = 31
    LAM: Index Pattern Replacement NumberType TON NPI
    1 < 9771> < > 0 0 0
    2 < 977> < > 0 0 0
    CCS Or CAS = cas(1)
    Cas Signaling Type = e&m(0)
    Cas Orientation = user(0)
    Incoming Start Dial = wink start(0)
    Outgoing Start Dial = wink start(0)
    dtmf-ontime = 200
    dtmf-offtime = 500
    unit# 1 line# 2: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15
    config pstntg 1#

    Thanks for help!!




    Were you able to resolve the DTMF issue? I ask, because I am having same problem – Tenor DX 2024 to Nortel IP PBX w/ Succession 3 – no dial tone. Have tried E & M and Immediate with Wink – going to try loop start next —- Can you shed some light?





    When dealing with E&M, there is no dial tone as such. By setting the start dial (outgoing and incoming) to wink start, you are telling the Tenor that it will send or receive a wink for digit dialing. For example, if the Tenor is to dial out of the E1, it will go “off-hook” on an E1 channel and will wait for the switch on the E1 to send a wink to it. Once the Tenor recieves the wink it will dial the digits. If no wink is received in the standard time, then the call will fail.


    Thanks guys!!

    The problem was the CB. I am replacing it. Thanks again.


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