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Need Help Quintum Configuration

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    Asep
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    Hi All,

    I Have 2 unit Quintum AX800 and 1 Unit GSM Channelbank 8 port.
    My scheme are :
    1. Between Quintum 1 & 2 can do call only by extension dial (i.e: when phone #1 from Quintum 1 being pickup and then phone #1 from Quintum #2 will automatically Ringing).
    2. In Quintum 1, I plug channelbank to FXO port for GSM Call purpose.
    3. for PSTN calls, I plan to route to local VOIP provider

    Hopefully those scheme above are possible 🙂

    Regards,
    Asep

    #31944 Reply
    MikeM to Asep
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    Asep,

    The first problem is that you are using the FXO ports on the quintum which do not support connection direct to a phone and do not work that way. If you are trying to connect phones from one office to another, you will really need to use the FXS ports (if your quintum has these port active).

    I would need to discuss this directly as there are many ways to do what you want, all depends on the specifics.

    Please contact me at mike_voip@hotmail.com.

    Mike

    #31945 Reply
    John
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    Hi Asep,

    Good day,

    kindly give the exact model of quintum so that we can give you advise.

    with your requirments you need the AXM series.

    1. Between Quintum 1 & 2 can do call only by extension dial (i.e: when phone #1 from Quintum 1 being pickup and then phone #1 from Quintum #2 will automatically Ringing).

    – you can do force route
    via telnet you
    config-LineCircuitRoutingGroup-1# frn 5551111.
    the 5551111 is the assign number of your FxS

    2. In Quintum 1, I plug channelbank to FXO port for GSM Call purpose.

    -in this scenario you may assign HopoffNumberDirectory dialling pattern.

    3. for PSTN calls, I plan to route to local VOIP provider.

    -yes it can connect with VoIP Providers, but as mike says “there are many ways to do what you want, all depends on the specifics.”

    best regards,
    John
    tech.john@hotmail.com

    #31946 Reply
    Asep
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    Hi John or Mike,
    I wil focus first to my first question.

    1. Between Quintum 1 & 2 can do call only by extension dial (i.e: when phoneFXS #1 from Quintum-1 being pickup and then phoneFXS #1 from Quintum-2 will automatically Ringing).
    John said, you can do force route
    via telnet you
    config-LineCircuitRoutingGroup-1# frn 5551111.
    the 5551111 is the assign number of your FxS

    I already set all FXS ports & DN in both side of my quintum but still got error for call. Can you tell me step by step the configuration ?

    Regards,
    Asep

    #31947 Reply
    MikeM to Asep
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    Asep,

    If you would like me to work with you on the config, please contact me directly at mike_voip@hotmail.com. I would need to get much more information to understand your full need and then discuss my services.

    thanks
    Mike M
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    #31948 Reply
    Quintum help
    Guest

    We have Quintum AF series with 4 FXS & 4 FXO Ports. I want to configure it for call orignation from GSM gateway. I have connected the GSM gateway FXS port with FXO port of quintum.
    My question is very simple:

    1.Will this setup work?
    2. From where i can get the Quintum configuration support?

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