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Connect Old and New

Connect Old and New

(OP)
We are in the process of moving off of our Option 61C to 3CX. Would it be possible, before we do the full cut over, to trunk the two systems together? I see in 3CX how to do it, but how would I go about this in the Option 61C? We will have a Patton SmartNode 4110. We are on VERSION 1811 RELEASE 22 ISSUE 46.

Option 61C
Version 1811
Release 22
Issue 46

RE: Connect Old and New

As you have an Option 61c, I would have thought that your options will be limited to only being able to connect the two systems together via a PRI link.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

Website = http://somertel.com
linkedin

RE: Connect Old and New

(OP)
We currently have a Cisco 2800 routing calls via an 6666 route. I have never done anything with routes/trunks before so no idea how to approach this.

Option 61C
Version 1811
Release 22
Issue 46

RE: Connect Old and New

I would imagine that your Cisco 2800 is linked to a PRI card on the Nortel system for your digital channels.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

Website = http://somertel.com
linkedin

RE: Connect Old and New

(OP)
Ok did some tracking down.

It is indeed in the PRI card. We have a CDP that routes calls. So our idea is to swap out the Cisco VoIP router with a Patton PRI Gateway (instead of the Analog VoIP Gateway). Would this theoretically work without changing anything on the Nortel side?

CODE -->

DN   6666
TYPE CDP
STCD TSC 

CODE -->

TYPE TLS
TKTP TIE
ROUT 4
DES  VOIP TO CA
TN  015 01 MBER  1  VOIP
TN  015 02 MBER  2  VOIP
TN  015 03 MBER  3  VOIP
TN  015 04 MBER  4  VOIP
TN  015 05 MBER  5  VOIP
TN  015 06 MBER  6  VOIP
TN  015 07 MBER  7  VOIP
TN  015 08 MBER  8  VOIP
TN  015 09 MBER  9  VOIP
TN  015 10 MBER  10  VOIP
TN  015 11 MBER  11  VOIP
TN  015 12 MBER  12  VOIP
TN  015 13 MBER  13  VOIP
TN  015 14 MBER  14  VOIP
TN  015 15 MBER  15  VOIP
TN  015 16 MBER  16  VOIP
TN  015 17 MBER  17  VOIP
TN  015 18 MBER  18  VOIP
TN  015 19 MBER  19  VOIP
TN  015 20 MBER  20  VOIP
TN  015 21 MBER  21  VOIP
TN  015 22 MBER  22  VOIP
TN  015 23 MBER  23  VOIP
TN  015 24 MBER  24  VOIP 

CODE -->

TYPE RDB
CUST 00
ROUT 4
DES  VOIP TO CA
TKTP TIE
ESN  NO
CNVT NO
SAT  NO
RCLS EXT
DTRK YES
DGTP DTI
DSEL VCE
PTYP DTT
AUTO NO
DNIS NO
ICOG IAO
SRCH RRB
TRMB YES
STEP
ACOD 2904
TARG
OABS
INST
ANTK
SIGO STD
STYP SDAT
TIMR ICF 512
     OGF 512
     EOD 13952
     DSI 34944
     NRD 10112
     DDL 70
     ODT 4096
     RGV 640
     GRD 896
     SFB 3
     TFD 0
SST  5 0
NEDC ORG
FEDC ORG
CPDC NO
DLTN NO
HOLD 02 02 40
SEIZ 02 02
SVFL 02 02
DRNG NO
CDR  NO
MUS  NO
RACD NO
MANO NO
EQAR NO
FRL  0 0
FRL  1 1
FRL  2 2
FRL  3 3
FRL  4 4
FRL  5 5
FRL  6 6
FRL  7 7
OHQ  NO
OHQT 00
CBQ  NO
AUTH NO
OHTD NO
PLEV 2
ALRM NO
ART  0
SGRP 0
AACR NO 

Option 61C
Version 1811
Release 22
Issue 46

RE: Connect Old and New

Yes, I think this would work as long as the new router is using the same configuration as was present on the Cisco router.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

Website = http://somertel.com
linkedin

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