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Parameters on Lucent Definity when conneciting to Cisco AS5300

Parameters on Lucent Definity when conneciting to Cisco AS5300

Parameters on Lucent Definity when conneciting to Cisco AS5300

(OP)
I am trying to connect an AS5300 to a Lucent Definity PBX.
Settings on the AS5300 are:
Connection is E1 ISDN PRI
Should be DSS1 signalling
framing: CRC 4
line coding HDB3

We are having problems.

On the gateway it shows that physical layer is up and probably there is a framing problem.

According to my collegue by phone:- On the PBX
framing is set to CRC Yes
line coding is set to HDB3

signalling is set to  ISDN PRI
country protocol: ETSI

On the trunk:

group type: ISDN
public network: Yes
bit rate: 1200  (is this right??)

Please help if you have any ideas of setting that effect framing that are on the Lucent Definity

RE: Parameters on Lucent Definity when conneciting to Cisco AS5300

Hi
You have to decide who will be Network and who will be User side? (Or Master/slave sides).
Other parameters looks like working.

May be Off CRC on both sides?


RE: Parameters on Lucent Definity when conneciting to Cisco AS5300

I am curious - what is your application?

steve

RE: Parameters on Lucent Definity when conneciting to Cisco AS5300

Steve,
What do you mean?

RE: Parameters on Lucent Definity when conneciting to Cisco AS5300

Why are you going from the AS5300 to the PBX?  Are you using this for some type of remote access?

steve

RE: Parameters on Lucent Definity when conneciting to Cisco AS5300

as u set definity with etsi..
so on ur cisco should be Primary 5
that what we do on our system

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