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1st November 2006 at 18:55 #31157RateGuest
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. Thanks1st November 2006 at 19:35 #31158MikeM to RateGuest
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.
firstname.lastname@example.org November 2006 at 19:41 #31159RateGuest
Thanks Mike.23rd November 2006 at 04:22 #31160akGuest
Mike, with this solution how many simultenous calls will connect23rd November 2006 at 15:24 #31161MikeM to AKGuest
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.