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QSIG between SV9100 and OXO

QSIG between SV9100 and OXO

QSIG between SV9100 and OXO

(OP)
Hi all
I'm trying to connect SV9100 and OmniPCX Office Pabx over ISDN ( QSIG protocol). On OXO Pabx want to using QSIG protocol, need to have a license. so SV9100 need license QSIG or not?
I want to configure SV9100 as Master and OXO as Slave. Please help to me for configure on SV9100.

Thanks & Best Regards.

RE: QSIG between SV9100 and OXO

There is no license for QSIG. It programs up like a PRI. Try 10-03-05 set to disable CLIP.

RE: QSIG between SV9100 and OXO

(OP)
Dear Belevedere
Thanks you for reply. Do you have documents about configuring QSIG on sv9100? If yes, please share me.
This is the first time i configured on sv9100. Please help me.
Ext on sv9100: 3xxx and 2xxx on OXO
10-03-01: T2
10-03-03: Enable
10-03-05: disable
10-03-06: 0~40m
10-03-08: Enbloc sending
10-03-10: Master
10-03-18: National
10-03-19: ISDN
10-03-20: Qsig (standard)
10-03-22: Standard
11-01: 2x: F-route
...

RE: QSIG between SV9100 and OXO

QSIG is not listed as a feature of the system. You can set up a PRI as "Network".

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