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Voice over data on is3000

Voice over data on is3000

Voice over data on is3000

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Hi All
I have been tasked to help setup a voice over data link on a Philips is3010.The request is for 4 ports on a DTX-I to be connected to a Cisco Router.
I am responsible for setting up the PABX and need to know what signalling group needs to be utilised on the DTX-I.Also are there any programming requirements other than the analysis tree config.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Regards
Matt

RE: Voice over data on is3000

Hi mat
The pbx in configuration is a NT or TE?
I work with pbx configurtion Nt the signal group is 5c00 and the jumper on dtx are be like a bus s0 because the pbx send a alimentation on the bus because is a network
If you work like Te (and cisco router is a Nt) you are configure your trunk with 5c12 and change the position of the jumper on board

Try....
and good luck

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