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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!!


    #28268 Reply


    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?



    #28269 Reply


    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.

    #28270 Reply

    Thanks guys!!

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


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