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7th April 2006 at 12:57 #30886ejbGuest
PrimaryClockSource – 1
LineType – E1
Law – aLaw
LineCode – HDB3
crc – 0
The setup above works with D3000 but not with the DX series. Do I miss something? Any tips/hints what parameters to set?, I still have the Loss of Framing alarm. Thanks..
(Signalling type- CAS).7th April 2006 at 13:23 #30887MikeM to EJBGuest
First try building a loop back plug where you connect pin 1 to 4 and pin 2 to 5 and connect this to the Tenor port and see if the loss of framing goes away. If this works, then that means that the port is working and you may need to check your cable, verify the settings with your E1 provider or have your e1 provider check the line on their side.7th April 2006 at 14:29 #30888MattGuest
Would need the entire config from the d3000 to port it over to a DX series unit.18th April 2006 at 12:58 #30889ejbGuest
Loss of framing alarm went off. Bad cable pin assignment from where our gateway is colocated cause the alarm. Thanks.3rd July 2006 at 08:07 #30890ejbGuest
Does anyone heard of a two-way trunk E1? The configurations given by quintum works with one-way trunks only. Any hints? workarounds with the two-way trunks?.. We already made 2 E1 online but cannot work with the another 3rd with a two-way trunk property.3rd July 2006 at 12:49 #30891MikeM to ejbGuest
Not sure what you mean by 2-way trunks other than the ability to receive calls and send calls out on the same E1 which the tenor absolutely supports. If you also want to send a call back out the same E1 that it came in on, called hairpinning, the dx supports this as well.
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Mike14th July 2006 at 20:23 #30892ejbGuest
Netmeeting crash when the called party answer the call. Netmeeting as the caller and DX 3000 is connected to an E1 R2 line. Does anyone tried this setup before. Should I disable H245 Tunneling? what else, hints/tips highly appreciated.14th July 2006 at 22:45 #30893MikeM to ejbGuest
Try setting the faxrelay to 0 to disable faxing. It can be found in the iprg area.