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isdn modem/data circuits setting problems

isdn modem/data circuits setting problems

isdn modem/data circuits setting problems

(OP)
hi! I have 3070 sopho system,DLX-L board, PNT-L network terminator and some ISDN modems (USB and PCI modems,ETSI-ISDN),RVS software (ISDN applications, telephony/ fax/ videotelephony/ file transfers etc).I try to follow step by step data facilities but desn't work,the ISDN loop test failed.I want to use all applications of RVS and both B channel( I don't understand how assign to one circuit  2 MSN/BSP-ID?)What are the correct settings for this purpose (fcm/ibsc/bspt/cv..etc)?Excuse me for my poor english.

RE: isdn modem/data circuits setting problems

I work with Is3030 pk 810 but it's similar, my dnr is configurated in this mode IBSC 0= 64 Kbit/s unresticted, BSPT =98. i work with RVS and it's perfect...
Try bye

RE: isdn modem/data circuits setting problems

I haven't done this for a long time but I just remembered something <g>. Just test your options in your own environment and see what it will do for you together with your application. I use the OM commands because I don't remember or have no clue where to find them in SysManager ......
Good luck !!

1. With CHDNRC you can add more numbers to a circuit and gives you the option to put it above or under the existing DNR. Note: FCM's and features of the 1st DNR can be used !!

2. 22031979 is right to change the BSPT/IBSC value.

DIDNRS:12345&12345;
CHDNRS:98,0,12345;
CHDNRS:98,0,12346;

(Check the format, it has been 3 years !!)

3. Check your S0 bus Hwa's;
Your ergoline's or other digital phones use fixed MSN with one digit. You can change the MSN type to 1 with the amount of digits you use in your internal number scheme.

Note: Was always nice when people want to reuse the Hwa's again for regular phone's, yup >> everybody forgot to put these settings back.

dimsnp:4061,1,30&31;

chmsnp:4061,1,30,1,5;
chmsnp:4061,1,31,1,5;

(Check the format again !!)

Maybe unnecessary but check if they are installed :

DISERV:4061,1,30&31;
SETINS:4061,1,30&31;
DISERV:4061,1,30&31; again

4. If I am correct the Fixed digits in your exchange will not have any effect anymore. Usully on the S0 bus they were 2&3 in your pbx and for the phones 2&3 (D622) or 0&1 (Ergoline). I used to leave them alone.

DIFMSN:12345&12346;
CHFMSN:12345,2;
CHFMSN:12346,3;

5. Last thing is that you can add channel bundling to your DNR's if necessay with ASFACM. I believe it was 56. Just check ASFACM:? for the complete list.

I hope this might help you.

Greetz
Sophoman
Time 4 some coffee ... Douwe Egberts of zo.
(Toch maar een Heineken)

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