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Dead FWT, FXO line

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    Marvel
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    I have a quintum AXT 2400 with FXO line. Im using it as termination call. I have a question about dialing
    FXO when 1 of port is dead condition.

    For example : As the normal that opened 8 port line FXO, connected to 8 FWT then i config maaping to 8 port too. If some FWT dead, All call termination still routing to the FWT dead and make alarm cause code 41. Im using Ascending round robin as rotation call.

    The question is, how to config Quintum if some FWT dead also Quintum can detect dead FWT then no alarm again ? So we dont need to config the quintum to disable dead fwt.

    Thanks,
    Reg,
    Marvel

    #32038 Reply
    MikeM to Marvel
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    Marvel,

    Analog lines do not provide any indication if they are working or not. There is no way for the quintum to know if the fwt port is good or not before it tries the call.

    MikeM
    mike_voip@hotmail.com

    #32039 Reply
    Marvel
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    Dear Sir,

    Thank you for the answer 🙂

    Thanks,
    regards,
    Marvel

    #32040 Reply
    Emmanuel Ssempa
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    Hi Marvel! I am trying to do a similar thing using FWTs and Grandstream FXO.

    But in my case I am totally failing to get it to work. I may need your help. We can also discuss some alternatives.

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