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Is there a recommended list somewhere?

 

We have good experience with AudioCodes, Mediatrix, Parlay, Patton, Vegastream as seperate gateways. Also there is the AVM FritzBox if you want BRI. If you want to use PC cards, there is Sangoma and Dialogic that offer SIP-based cards. We try to keep http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Interoperability_Pages up to date.

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We have good experience with AudioCodes, Mediatrix, Parlay, Patton, Vegastream as seperate gateways. Also there is the AVM FritzBox if you want BRI. If you want to use PC cards, there is Sangoma and Dialogic that offer SIP-based cards. We try to keep http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Interoperability_Pages up to date.

 

Thanks for that reply.

 

I'm looking on your interop page and it seems like things are a bit out of date:

-i can't find the audiocodes MP-10x mentioned on the wiki on audiocodes.com--it seems like a discontinued model; the wiki is posted 2006

-when i click on the "Sangoma" link I get a "login required to edit" page

 

Perhaps i'm looking at the wrong place?

 

thanks for the help,

matt

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Thanks for that reply.

 

I'm looking on your interop page and it seems like things are a bit out of date:

-i can't find the audiocodes MP-10x mentioned on the wiki on audiocodes.com--it seems like a discontinued model; the wiki is posted 2006

-when i click on the "Sangoma" link I get a "login required to edit" page

 

Perhaps i'm looking at the wrong place?

 

thanks for the help,

matt

 

The audiocodes will be MP-11X, you can follow the Wiki to configure it.

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hi,

 

I have an audiocodes mp-114 fxo and i can't seem to get it working with the wiki config.

 

(I had it working on another system)

 

i've posted the .ini if you want to see if there are obvious mistakes on it.

 

tx

matt

I do not see your ini, please attach it again. Are you using the MP114 FXO, FXS, or 2FXO/2FXS. If you can post your PBxnsip and MP114 logs, that will be helpful too.

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Here is a sample config from a mp114

;**************

;** Ini File **

;**************

 

;Board: MP-114 FXS_FXO

;Serial Number: 768949

;Slot Number: 1

;Software Version: 5.20A.027.004

;DSP Software Version: 204IM => 520.13

;Board IP Address: 192.168.0.6

;Board Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0

;Board Default Gateway: 192.168.0.1

;Ram size: 32M Flash size: 8M

;Num DSPs: 1 Num DSP channels: 4

;Profile: NONE

;-----------------------------------------

 

 

[sYSTEM Params]

 

SyslogServerIP = 10.1.1.89

 

[bSP Params]

 

PCMLawSelect = 3

LocalOAMIPAddress = 192.168.0.6

RoutingTableHopsCountColumn = 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0

 

[ATM Params]

 

 

[Analog Params]

 

MinFlashHookTime = 100

FXSLoopCharacteristicsFilename = 'MP11x-02-1-FXS_16KHZ.dat'

 

[ControlProtocols Params]

 

 

[MGCP Params]

 

 

[MEGACO Params]

 

EP_Num_0 = 0

EP_Num_1 = 1

EP_Num_2 = 0

EP_Num_3 = 0

EP_Num_4 = 0

 

[PSTN Params]

 

 

[sS7 Params]

 

 

[Voice Engine Params]

 

VoiceVolume = 1

RFC2833PayloadType = 101

CallProgressTonesFilename = 'usa_tones_12.dat'

 

[WEB Params]

 

LogoWidth = '339'

 

[sIP Params]

 

ENABLECALLERID = 1

MAXDIGITS = 11

REGISTRATIONTIME = 3600

ISTWOSTAGEDIAL = 0

GWDEBUGLEVEL = 5

ENABLEEARLYMEDIA = 1

ISUSERPHONE = 0

CNONCE = '0a123bcf'

PASSWORD = '787899'

ENABLEVOICEDETECTION = 1

ALTROUTINGTEL2IPMODE = 0

ISFAXUSED = 1

 

[VXML Params]

 

 

[iPsec Params]

 

 

[Audio Staging Params]

 

 

;

; *** TABLE DspTemplates ***

; This table contains hidden elements and will not be exposed.

; This table exists on board and will be saved during restarts

;

 

;

; *** TABLE PREFIX ***

;

;

 

[ PREFIX ]

FORMAT PREFIX_Index = PREFIX_DestinationPrefix, PREFIX_DestAddress, PREFIX_SourcePrefix, PREFIX_ProfileId, PREFIX_MeteringCode;

PREFIX 0 = *, 192.168.0.10, *, 0, 255;

 

[ \PREFIX ]

 

;

; *** TABLE CoderName ***

;

;

 

[ CoderName ]

FORMAT CoderName_Index = CoderName_Type, CoderName_PacketInterval, CoderName_rate, CoderName_PayloadType, CoderName_Sce;

CoderName 0 = g711Ulaw64k, 20, 0, 255, 0;

 

[ \CoderName ]

 

;

; *** TABLE TrunkGroup ***

;

;

 

[ TrunkGroup ]

FORMAT TrunkGroup_Index = TrunkGroup_TrunkGroupNum, TrunkGroup_FirstTrunkId, TrunkGroup_FirstBChannel, TrunkGroup_LastBChannel, TrunkGroup_FirstPhoneNumber, TrunkGroup_ProfileId, TrunkGroup_LastTrunkId, TrunkGroup_Module;

TrunkGroup 0 = 1, 255, 1, 1, 8, 0, 255, 0;

TrunkGroup 1 = 1, 255, 2, 2, 9, 0, 255, 0;

TrunkGroup 2 = 2, 255, 3, 3, , 0, 255, 0;

TrunkGroup 3 = 1, 255, 4, 4, , 0, 255, 0;

 

[ \TrunkGroup ]

 

;

; *** TABLE PstnPrefix ***

;

;

 

[ PstnPrefix ]

FORMAT PstnPrefix_Index = PstnPrefix_DestPrefix, PstnPrefix_TrunkGroupId, PstnPrefix_SourcePrefix, PstnPrefix_SourceAddress, PstnPrefix_ProfileId;

PstnPrefix 0 = *, 2, *, *, 0;

 

[ \PstnPrefix ]

 

;

; *** TABLE TxDtmfOption ***

;

;

 

[ TxDtmfOption ]

FORMAT TxDtmfOption_Index = TxDtmfOption_Type;

TxDtmfOption 0 = 4;

 

[ \TxDtmfOption ]

 

;

; *** TABLE TrunkGroupSettings ***

;

;

 

[ TrunkGroupSettings ]

FORMAT TrunkGroupSettings_Index = TrunkGroupSettings_TrunkGroupId, TrunkGroupSettings_ChannelSelectMode, TrunkGroupSettings_RegistrationMode, TrunkGroupSettings_GatewayName;

TrunkGroupSettings 0 = 1, 3, 255, ;

TrunkGroupSettings 1 = 2, 3, 255, ;

 

[ \TrunkGroupSettings ]

 

;

; *** TABLE EnableCallerId ***

;

;

 

[ EnableCallerId ]

FORMAT EnableCallerId_Index = EnableCallerId_IsEnabled;

EnableCallerId 0 = 1;

EnableCallerId 1 = 1;

EnableCallerId 2 = 1;

EnableCallerId 3 = 1;

 

[ \EnableCallerId ]

 

;

; *** TABLE TargetOfChannel ***

;

;

 

[ TargetOfChannel ]

FORMAT TargetOfChannel_Index = TargetOfChannel_Destination, TargetOfChannel_Type;

TargetOfChannel 2 = 53, 1;

TargetOfChannel 3 = 58, 1;

 

[ \TargetOfChannel ]

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Hello,

 

Thanks for that post...that is what I was looking for...

I'm not at the computer to test it but had some questions:

 

#1- CNONCE = '0a123bcf' and PASSWORD = '787899'. Is this a password setup in pbxnsip?

#2- is the ip address of the pbxnsip server in this senario 192.168.0.10?

 

My config is here:

http://forum.pbxnsip.com/index.php?showtopic=2003

 

if you want to critique it.

 

Once again, thanks.

matt

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Hello,

 

Thanks for that post...that is what I was looking for...

I'm not at the computer to test it but had some questions:

 

#1- CNONCE = '0a123bcf' and PASSWORD = '787899'. Is this a password setup in pbxnsip?

#2- is the ip address of the pbxnsip server in this senario 192.168.0.10?

 

My config is here:

http://forum.pbxnsip.com/index.php?showtopic=2003

 

if you want to critique it.

 

Once again, thanks.

matt

The IP of the pbxnsip is the 192.168.0.10, I don't know what that password is, it certainly is is not to the PBXnsip, as it is a gateway trunk not registered.

According to http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Audiocodes those 2 values should be left at their default values.

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The IP of the pbxnsip is the 192.168.0.10, I don't know what that password is, it certainly is is not to the PBXnsip, as it is a gateway trunk not registered.

According to http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Audiocodes those 2 values should be left at their default values.

 

Hi,

 

Thanks for sending that mp114 ini file.

Unfortunately it didn't work.

My ini has quite a bit of info after the "[ \TargetOfChannel ]". there's no chance the forum cut off the bottom of the file? If so your welcome to email me directly.

 

matt

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Hi,

 

Thanks for sending that mp114 ini file.

Unfortunately it didn't work.

My ini has quite a bit of info after the "[ \TargetOfChannel ]". there's no chance the forum cut off the bottom of the file? If so your welcome to email me directly.

 

matt

I have nothing after that, if you post your audiocodes and PBXnSIP logs, I am sure we can figure out your problem.

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