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Problem quintum wholesale application

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    Hi all,
    I would like config quintum D3000 for wholesale application.
    The call come from IP to my GW quintum and depend of call number, I would route call for another GW (cisco for exemple).
    How can I to do that. Thanks

    MikeM to Rate


    The simply answer is you cannot do that with a D3000. The D3000 is a gateway and when it receives a call from IP can only send the call out one of the T1/E1 ports. It cannot do IP-to-IP calls directly.

    The more complicated answer is there is a way around this, but it is not simple and is usually not recommended. You can connect the 2 T1/E1 ports together (back to back) so that when a call comes from IP, it will go out T1 port 1, come back into unit on T1 port 2 and then you can send it back out to IP. This requires special configuration and may not work at all depending on what you want to do. There is also a quality issue with this. You will be compressing/decompressing each voice packet twice and this will add delay which could affect quality.



    Thanks Mike.


    Mike, with this solution how many simultenous calls will connect

    MikeM to AK

    If you are talking about D3000 and call flow is;

    IP–>D3000–>E1 port 1–>E1 port 2–> D3000–>IP

    then you will only achieve 15 calls since the D3000 will only support 30 VoIP calls, and each call will use 2 VoIP channels.


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