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How to detect if a line is connected

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  • #31708 Reply
    voipquestions
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    I have a quintum AXT2400, and I want to check remotely through telnet if there are lines connected to it or no for each port , with the CLI command. Please help.

    #31709 Reply
    Tom Howard
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    cmd linestat x

    where x is the line number, tells you the line voltage and current on that line.

    #31710 Reply
    voipquestions
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    what does it mean when i find a positive voltage 50V for example
    and what does it mean that there is a negative voltage
    like -47

    Many thanks in advance

    #31711 Reply
    Mikem to voipquestions
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    you can also use the

    debug test o x (where x is the line number) and

    debug test e (to end test).

    This will specificallly look for dial tone and is more intuitive.

    mikeM
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    #31712 Reply
    Asif
    Guest

    Printing Status for Line 24
    Line Current = 0 mA
    Line Voltage = 48 V

    *** What does above line mean?

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