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  • #31649 Reply
    Sip
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    Hi all,
    i want to configure a quintum dx for sip calls, i’ve read a sip document in quintum site and i did all the suggested parameters, but i can’t make a call, i’m asking if you have any idea of how to configure dx for sip, and how can i konw that the quintum is registred in the sip proxy

    thank you for your help

    Med

    #31650 Reply
    TheLostPacket
    Guest

    Hello,
    What are you registering your DX unit to? Are you the admin of this software or are you trying to register to a third party service? You will need to configure the SIP parameters, t1/e1 parameters and properly set the dialplan. If you would like specific help on your setup you can email me at.

    support@thelostpacket.org

    Thanks

    #31651 Reply
    dddd
    Guest

    how to use quintum a800 with sip configuration to make 2 port of pbx on quintum,,,,?
    thanks you for your question..

    #31652 Reply
    MikeM to dddd
    Guest

    If you are talking about the older generation 1 A800, you need to understand a couple of things;

    1. Quintum no longer makes nor supports this model.
    2. There is a “BETA” sip software on their web site for this model, but like the A800, it is not supported. Worse yet, because it is beta, it was never fully tested. It was actually created in 2004 so it is 4 years old with no updates since or after.

    You can try to use this, but I have seen about 50% success rate with this software and the unit. If your requirement is SIP, I suggest you purchase the newer quintum, AX800 that fully supports SIP.

    MikeM
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    #31653 Reply
    dddd
    Guest

    to mikeM
    hallo, tahnks for your answer….
    my the software on the quintum A800 is have updated with :

    Product Name: Tenor Analog A800 Multipath Switch – 8 ports (Rev. B)
    Gatekeeper Status: Mini
    GK Calls Allowed: 8
    Feature Bit Status: -PS/+RB/-ER
    Languages allowed: 1
    Serial Number: A002-0082A9
    Ethernet Address: 00-30-E1-00-82-A9
    IP Address: 192.168.68.3
    Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway: 192.168.68.1
    System Software Version: P5-2-1(LEC) (1678285/0xFF74)
    Boot Software Version: P4-1-3 (180592/0xE814)
    Database Version: 2.08 09-13-2000 (278376)

    that is dekripsion config of my quintum. so how to make this quintum work in the port SIP.
    thanks for your answer…
    please answer Now.
    thanks you

    #31654 Reply
    MikeM to DDDD
    Guest

    “Please answer Now” a little impatient it seems.

    In any case, if you would like me to provide you the full config, but again, there is no guarantee that this this will work, you may send me a message direct to my email of
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    MikeM

    #31655 Reply
    Seyi
    Guest

    Hi all,
    i want to configure Tenor dx for h323 config, i want it to work with AVAYA S8720 with both equipment should be on the same setup.how do i do it.
    thanks you all.

    #31656 Reply
    Sardar
    Guest

    Hi all,
    i want to configure a quintum dx for sip calls, i’m asking if you have any idea of how to configure dx for sip?

    thank you for your help

    sardar77@hotmail.com

    #31657 Reply
    MikeM to Sardar
    Guest

    Sardar,

    that is pretty general question. There are many ways to configure quintum for use with SIP. If it is orig, you will need to configure the quintum to connect through a sip server (you must provide). If it is for term, then you do not need to do anything different than you would for H323.

    If you need further assistance, please contact me directly at
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    #31658 Reply
    Abrar Aslam
    Guest

    I want to change the configuration of Quintum Tenor 960 from H323 to SIP. Please explain me what setting do I need to change.

    #31659 Reply
    Dirceu Ciupka
    Guest

    Dear,

    I am tryng to setup a Quintum DX 4060.
    One side is a SIP TRUNK provided by a Asterisk PBX, and other side a PSTN 2 Mb MFC-R2.

    I can do orig calls, but dont incoming calls.

    Can you help me with any information?

    Grasiously,

    Dirceu Ciupka

    #31660 Reply
    MikeM to Dirceu Ciupka
    Guest

    Dirceu,

    There is a document on quintum’s web site that may help on this. Just search for SIP on there web site. The basic is that you need to set the quintum to register to your sip server and then your sip server will control the routing.

    MikeM
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

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