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Nice and Nortel connection

Nice and Nortel connection

Nice and Nortel connection

(OP)
Hi all,

If you want register trunk, what is the configuration to do on the meridian ?
the configuration is nortel 81C with symposium

tk

French Technical Engineer

RE: Nice and Nortel connection

There are two sections to the trunk id, group number and timeslot.  In logger configuration table set the logger to Trunk / Time Selective.

Trunk 1 always = 0
Timeslot 1 is made up of group number and then member number.  Member number is not 1 - 30, it is as follows where the first two digits are group 14 and the last two digits are the related member number:

1404 - timeslot 1
1408 - timeslot 2
140c - timeslot 3
1410 - timeslot 4
1414 - timeslot 5
1418 - timeslot 6
141c - timeslot 7
1460 - timeslot 8
1444 - timeslot 9
1448 - timeslot 10
144c - timeslot 11
1450 - timeslot 12
1454 - timeslot 13
1458 - timeslot 14
145c - timeslot 15
14a0 - timeslot 16
1484 - timeslot 17
1488 - timeslot 18
148c - timeslot 19
1490 - timeslot 20
1494 - timeslot 21
1498 - timeslot 22
149c - timeslot 23
14e0 - timeslot 24
14c4 - timeslot 25
14c8 - timeslot 26
14cc - timeslot 27
14d0 - timeslot 28
14d4 - timeslot 29
14d8 - timeslot 30

The last two digits will always be of this format and be these numbers, the first two numbers will be different depending on trunk group (or trunk loop, I'm not sure exact Nortel terminology) number.

Sample of what logger definition for nortel symposium should look like

    Recorded
        Device  
Channel Type    Trunk 1    Timeslot 1
1    Trunk    0    1404
2    Trunk    0    1408
3    Trunk    0    140c
4    Trunk    0    1410
5    Trunk    0    1414
6    Trunk    0    1418
7    Trunk    0    141c
8    Trunk    0    1460
9    Trunk    0    1444

RE: Nice and Nortel connection

(OP)
tk RoamingKiwi,

dou you know the solution OEM ?
how works this solution with Nortel Pbx ?

French Technical Engineer

RE: Nice and Nortel connection

beware... the hex TN mapping may alter depending on the type of trunk.

The below is taken from out 8.9 cls looger map file

For a DASS/DPNSS link:
 (in this case it's loop 0)
[board1]
In1=T  0/ 0001
In2=T  0/ 0002
In3=T  0/ 0003
In4=T  0/ 0004
In5=T  0/ 0005
In6=T  0/ 0006
In7=T  0/ 0007
In8=T  0/ 0008
In9=T  0/ 0009
In10=T  0/ 000A
In11=T  0/ 000B
In12=T  0/ 000C
In13=T  0/ 000D
In14=T  0/ 000E
In15=T  0/ 000F
In16=T  0/ 0011

[board2]
In1=T  0/ 0012
In2=T  0/ 0013
In3=T  0/ 0014
In4=T  0/ 0015
In5=T  0/ 0016
In6=T  0/ 0017
In7=T  0/ 0018
In8=T  0/ 0019
In9=T  0/ 001A
In10=T  0/ 001B
In11=T  0/ 001C
In12=T  0/ 001D
In13=T  0/ 001E
In14=T  0/ 001F

For pri2/MCDN type link:
(in this case loop 47)

In15=T  0/ 2F04
In16=T  0/ 2F08

[board18]
In1=T  0/ 2F0C
In2=T  0/ 2F10
In3=T  0/ 2F14
In4=T  0/ 2F18
In5=T  0/ 2F1C
In6=T  0/ 2F60
In7=T  0/ 2F44
In8=T  0/ 2F48
In9=T  0/ 2F4C
In10=T  0/ 2F50
In11=T  0/ 2F54
In12=T  0/ 2F58
In13=T  0/ 2F5C
In14=T  0/ 2FA0
In15=T  0/ 2F84
In16=T  0/ 2F88

[board19]
In1=T  0/ 2F8C
In2=T  0/ 2F90
In3=T  0/ 2F94
In4=T  0/ 2F98
In5=T  0/ 2F9C
In6=T  0/ 2FE0
In7=T  0/ 2FC4
In8=T  0/ 2FC8
In9=T  0/ 2FCC
In10=T  0/ 2FD0
In11=T  0/ 2FD4
In12=T  0/ 2FD8

With regards to getting it to record there is nothing to do on the meridian itself. on the phoneset side you will need to configure IAPG = 1 and set the AST to the DN keys that you wish to monitor m(up to 2) ie:

AST  00
IAPG 1
AACS YES
ACQ  AS: AST-DN
ASID 16
SFNB  1  2  3  4  5  6  11  12  13  18  22  24  25  26
SFRB
USFB  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  9  10  11  12  13  14  15
CALB  0  1  3  4  5  6  8  9  10  11  12
FCTB
ITNA NO
DGRP

the phone is configured in the nice devmap and devices.txt files and when the cls is started it "aquires the phoneset...

Hope this helps.

It's not getting any smarter out there. You have to come to terms with stupidity, and make it work for you.

RE: Nice and Nortel connection

(OP)
tk mikeyb123,

in this configuration, is it possible to recorde no ACd phone ?

French Technical Engineer

RE: Nice and Nortel connection

yes you can record acd phones.

AST is set depending on where your incall key is and where your dn key is: in this case 0 and 8

LHK  0
PLEV 00
CSDN
SPID NONE
AST  00 08
IAPG 1
AACS YES
ACQ  AS: TN,AST-DN,AST-POSID
ASID 16
SFNB  1  2  3  4  5  6  9  10  11  12  13  15  16  17  18  19  22  24  25  26
SFRB  1  2  15
USFB  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  9  10  11  12  13  14  15
CALB  0  1  3  4  5  6  8  9  10  11  12
FCTB
ITNA NO
DGRP
PRI  01
MLWU_LANG 0
DNDR 0
KEY  00 ACD 8001 0  5294
         AGN
     01
     02 AWC
     03 TRN
     04 AO6
     05 MSB
     06 RNP
     07
     08 SCR 8298 0     MARP
     09
     10

You will need to add the DN and POS id to the devices.txt file and the relationship between them to the devmap.txt file:

In devices.txt:  8298   EXT
                 5294   POS

In devmap.txt:   8298   5294   (the order of POS ID to DN is set in the wizard - it may be the other way around in your case)

hope this makes sense

It's not getting any smarter out there. You have to come to terms with stupidity, and make it work for you.

RE: Nice and Nortel connection

(OP)
ok i understand but if you have a MCR key in key 0 it's possible to record this phone ?

French Technical Engineer

RE: Nice and Nortel connection

yes as long as you set the ast to match the keys you wish to record it will be fine. post your phone config?

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