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Can you share the config of AT&T ISDN T1 ruuning CBC

Can you share the config of AT&T ISDN T1 ruuning CBC

Can you share the config of AT&T ISDN T1 ruuning CBC

Hi All,
I needed help from anyone who is running ISDN Pri T1 from AT&T which is defined as cbc(call by call) service , I have a new T1 which is configured as this & I am able to make the outbound calls on the T1 but not able to receive the incoming calls, when I dial the no. for this T1 , the destinaton phone in the system gives short rings thrice, & the display also flashes & after that the call ends. I think there is something between the transfer of call from D channel to B channel which I am missing in the system..
Any light on this would be a great help for me..


RE: Can you share the config of AT&T ISDN T1 ruuning CBC

Group Type: ISDN
Service Type: CBC
Trunk Hunt: cyclical
Numering Format:pub-unk
Associated Signaling: Yes
Supplementary Service Protocol: A
Line Coding:b8zs
Framing Mode: esf
Singaling Mode: network
Internetworking Message: PROGress
Interface Companding: mulaw
Country Protocol:1
Protocol Version: a
Near-End CSU type: Integrated
page 2
Network Management Protocol: tabs
Send Ansi:n
Far-End CSU Address: b

Most everything else should default... hope this helps... Good Luck~

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