[Asterisk-Users] TE410P -> Dialogic D240SC
cybre at killcybre.org
Tue Jun 29 14:09:47 MST 2004
Thanks for the reply Leo, much appreciated.
Actually turned out to be a combination of em_w signalling and putting a flash after the dial in extentions.conf (thanks to hmodes).
In case anyone else finds themselves in a simliar conundrum, configs are below:
loadzone = us
channel => 1-96
exten => 9000,1,Dial(Zap/g1)
exten => 9000,2,Flash
Softphones / ata / 7960 can all dial in and access the IVR app.
On Tue, 29 Jun 2004, Leo Ann Boon wrote:
>Are you using robbed bit T1 or T1 PRI? If robbed bit T1, you should need
>to add the following line to /etc/zaptel.conf
>1-24 is for the 24 channels on the first T1.
>In /etc/asterisk/zapata.conf, you need the corresponding:
>channel =>> 1-24
>I'm not totally sure this is entirely correct, since we don't use T1 on
>my side of the world.
>Cybr0t McWhulf wrote:
>>Basically, have an old IVR application running under Apex's Omnivox software on a box with 4 old intel dialogic D240SCs, and would like to allow remote clients to gain access to aforementioned IVR application via softphone, 7960, ata, etc via asterisk with a TE410P.
>>Unfortunately, all I know about the dialogics is that they're configured for D4/AMI, which I believe I have configured right in zaptel.conf:
>>"span=1,2,0,d4,ami", etc, etc
>>All spans show green with crossover T1s, but no matter what I try, I get "Unable to create channel of type 'Zap'" whenever I try to dial out of the TE410P. I've tried various signalling types in zaptel.conf and zapata.conf (pri_cpe, pri_net, em_w), but to no avail.
>>Also unfortunately, I'm rather newbish to asterisk as well as telco on the whole.
>>Does anyone have any suggestions or tips? The online documentation is.. lacking, to say the least.
>>Thanks in advance,
>> -- Cy
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