[Asterisk-Users] collaboration with Panasonic PBX
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Mon Jun 14 09:17:23 MST 2004
On Mon, 14 Jun 2004, Fran Boon wrote:
> Peter Svensson wrote:
> > will work both for incoming and outgoing. Note that the KX-TD1232 analog
> > lines do not provide caller id, at least ours do not.
> That's a shame- what protocol do they use? DTMF?
Analog extensions is what I ment. Sorry for the confusion. There is no
callerid at all on the analog estensions, only on the digital (system
phones) extensions and the internal isdn busses.
There is an add-on card (KX-TD193) that provieds caller id for 4
> > Another option could be to connect Asterisk using an internal isdn
> > extension. We have a few isdn modems hanging off our pbx that way and they
> > get callerid etc so Asterisk should be able to as well. We interface
> > Asterisk to our pbx using a pri line instead so I have not tried using a
> > bri line myself.
> Do you use the TD-1232's 'T1' interface, then?
> - with what PRI card? Digium or Cisco or what?
> - does it support Q.931?
No, their E1 PRI card. I think they are not the same. There was a 1 digit
difference in the model number. We connect it to a TE405P which is also
connected to the pstn. All isdn lines use EuroISDN (q.931 with etsi
> Their webpage is vague as to exactly what they mean by 'T1'
They have a lot of different interface cards for the kx-td1232.
KX-TD290 is a E1 PRI card ccording to our documentation.
However, from reading on the web it may also be a T1 PRI
This is strange, you should contact your sales representative
lest you end up with a doorstop.
KX-TD187 T1 without isdn
> Thanks for any extra information - I need to interface * with one of
> these in 2 locations.
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