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Replacing OPX lines

Replacing OPX lines

(OP)
We are attempting to replace 5 OPX lines on a CS1000 (Option81). We are coming from a Cisco Call Manager release 10.5
We have 2 VG204 units tied to Cisco to XUT card, the inbound calls work just fine. The outbound are not pulling dialtone properly from the VG204 units.
IF I go offhook on the CS1000 private line, I get dialtone, but DTMF doesn't break the dialtone on the VG204.
If I go offhook on the TEST SET I have on the pairs, then go offhook on the CS1000, it dials out fine. The test set works every time by itself.


CS1000 XUT:
DES  TEST
TN   068 0 09 01
TYPE COT
CDEN 8D
CUST 0
XTRK XUT
TIMP 600
BIMP 3COM
TRK  ANLG
NCOS 0
RTMB 31 6
PRDN 77080
CMF  NO
SIGL LOP
SUPN NO
AST  NO
IAPG 0
CLS  UNR DTN CND ECD WTA LPR APN THFD SPCD
     P10 NTC
TKID
AACR NO
DATE 30 NOV 2016

RE: Replacing OPX lines

You could try reversing the polarity at the CS1K. Also post a print out of your route. The SPCT should be IMM. Also try changing the trunk SUPN to YES

RE: Replacing OPX lines

(OP)
I did try polarity as one of the 1st things. I have asked the local TECH to add SUPERvision. The SPCT is IMM.
TYPE RDB
CUST 00
ROUT 31
DES
TKTP COT
NPID_TBL_NUM 0
PRIV YES
SAT NO
RCLS EXT
VTRK NO
DTRK NO
ISDN NO
PTYP ACO
CNDP UKWN
AUTO NO
ICOG IAO
RANX NO
TRMB YES
STEP
CPP NO
TARG 01
CLEN 1
BILN NO
OABS
TIMR ICF 512
OGF 512
EOD 128
DSI 34944
NRD 10112
DDL 70
OOD 1
ODT 512
RGV 640
FLH 510
GRD 896
SFB 3
CRD 0

IENB 5
TFD 0
LEXT 100
VGD 6
SST 3 0
NEDC ETH
FEDC ETH
CPDC NO
SPCT IMM
HOLD 02 02 40
SEIZ 02 02
RGFL 02 02
RVSD 08 31
ILLR 02 02
DRNG NO
CDR NO
MUS YES
MRT 17
MR NO
RACD NO
MANO YES
EQAR NO
OHQ NO
OHQT 00
TTBL 0


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ATAN NO
OHTD NO
PLEV 2
MCTS NO
ALRM NO
ART 0
SGRP 0
ARDN NO
CTBL 0
AACR NO

RE: Replacing OPX lines

Try changing MANO to NO just for grins

RE: Replacing OPX lines

(OP)
What I have figured out, no one else has done this-- YET. Hopefully the other guys go to Avaya or Cisco and then we can setup a SIP trunk between us to solve this.

RE: Replacing OPX lines

Hi UnklBuddy, can you please prt in LD 97= XCTP (should be DTMF=138)

NoypiToits

RE: Replacing OPX lines

bad digitone receiver in that network group?

RE: Replacing OPX lines

Well, setting up a SIP trunk will bring a lot of other issues into the equation. I think it will work you just have to do some of the suggestions made.

Like MANO set to NO

RE: Replacing OPX lines

(OP)
I will check on the can you please prt in LD 97= XCTP (should be DTMF=138)
Since this is working with true OPX lines from a CS2100, the local TECHS are not very friendly to changes

RE: Replacing OPX lines

(OP)
DTMF=014, in XCTP LD 97

RE: Replacing OPX lines

(OP)
I have learned that 138 is for UK, 014 for USA

RE: Replacing OPX lines

If the CS1000 is in Alaw DTMF=138, IF MULaw DTMF=014

LD 22
REQ PRT
TYPE ATRN
CODE 00 = MULaw (CODEC)
CODE 02 = ALaw

LD 97
REQ PRT
TYPE SYSP
INTN NO (MULaw)
INTN YES (ALaw)



NoypiToits

RE: Replacing OPX lines

(OP)
We have found, with a lot of testing, if I go off-hook with a monitoring test set, The CS1000 will immediately dial the digits. As if it were not seeing the correct termination Impedance.

i.e.: Press the PVR, dial digits, CS1000 phone Dialtone goes away.
The dialtone is still present on the Monitoring test set.
Switch test set on, you here digits dial and call goes through.

AND
Go offhook on the test set, press the PVR key and dial digits-call goes through

Right now it is set as above, TIMP=600, BIMP=3com.
We also removed jumpers on NT8d14BB Release 01 board to use <5000 feet short loop.

RE: Replacing OPX lines

So back to my original suggestion, MANO=NO

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