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aastra A300 message

aastra A300 message

aastra A300 message


I'm new to this system which I'm using as a system to test phones.
when i connect ip or dect phone and try to make a call they come up with a message saying Switch overload but digital and analog phones work fine

Could anybody tell me what this means?

Thanks in advance

RE: aastra A300 message

You probably think about Intelligate 300? Check Voice channels settings...not really familiar with that system (working on A400 which evolved from A300 and should be more-less same...).
Check on AIMS System Configuration -> HW Configuration -> Cards -> Standsrd media switch (tab)->Enable and then on DSP -> adjust number of VoIP channels (license!)...if it same as A400, 2 channels should be free.
This is all from A400 settings - hopefully uou can use on A300.

RE: aastra A300 message

Yes, Both Intelligate 150 and 300 they both have 2 free channels for standard media switch, same as A 400 series.

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