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    Richard
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    Hi there

    I have a 2nd Generation Tenor, I want enable and disable channel for this device. For the 1st Generation I can use enablechan and disablechan cmd type but i don’t know how I can to do in the new one.

    Thanks for help me.

    #31477 Reply
    MikeM to Richard
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    Richard,

    The command in the Gen 2 is map. You would use this in the Anlg Interfce (ai) or Dgitl Intefce (di) prompt. The syntx is map [+/-] [x/x..x/x,x,x] cg [chan group name]

    You can find more about this command in the CLI reference guide that is available on quintum’s web site.

    MikeM
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    #31478 Reply
    Richard
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    Thanks Mike

    #31479 Reply
    Helios
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    Hi Mike,

    I have a Dx2024; i setup 2 static routes (SR1, SR2)with 2 ip address (for 2 different Vendors).
    I setup the priority for SR 1 higher than SR2.
    Each IPDialPlan has it’s own prefix (OUTgoingPrefix :xxxx).
    Same IPRG for both.
    The calls are always going thru SR2.
    How can i set up the dx2024 the calls going thru SR1?
    Thanks
    Helios

    #31480 Reply
    MikeM to Helios
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    Helios,

    I am assuming that the DN pattern is the same for both, so it should follow that the one with the higher priority goes first, unless it tries, but the call is failing to that first route. Sounds like you have the config right, would really need to see logs and just double check the config. Also make sure you have a newer software version, 104 at least as there may have been issues in the older version for this.

    MikeM
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    #31481 Reply
    luna
    Guest

    Hi there

    I have a 2nd Generation Tenor, I want enable and disable channel for this device. For the 1st Generation I can use enablechan and disablechan cmd type but i don’t know how I can to do in the new one.

    Thanks for help me.

    #31482 Reply
    Helios
    Guest

    Thanks Mike
    for your answer on Sept 20.
    Maybe it need to uppgrad the software; I have the version 103.
    Can i use the DX2024 to originate pinless calls?
    If no, is it software issue or hardware issue?
    Thanks again
    Helios

    #31483 Reply
    MikeM to Helios
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    Helios,

    Yes you can orig “pinless” calls from the quintum. Again, I am assuming that you are sending all calls to a hosted system that will handle authentication.

    MikeM
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    #31484 Reply
    Helios
    Guest

    Thanks Mike

    I will try it let you know.
    Helios

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