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voice t-1 signaling

voice t-1 signaling

voice t-1 signaling

I am setting up a voice T-1 through DTM module.  i went to turn it up with AT&T and they said it looked like my inbound and outbound signaling was not right.  I know where to set the T-1 parameters but as for the signaling that should be wink, i have no clue.  Anybody lend a hand?

RE: voice t-1 signaling

I had some trouble with this too and to get it to work had to have it set to NI and public in the destination codes. Was a tiresome process that may be cleard up in 3.7 or the next patch, so they say.

RE: voice t-1 signaling

I think nebraska76 is asking where the settings are. they are in the line programming section.  once you set the module type to T1 you go in to the Telephony section then Lines and there is where you change the line type to DID or E&M or what ever. when that is done you go into trunk line data and that is where the wink start settings and all that are.

RE: voice t-1 signaling

Thank you both for your input but jdavid99 you hit the nail on the head.  it is very much appreciated.  i have a deadline coming up and i was getting nervous.  Thanks again to both of you for responding.

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