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Patton 4114 fxo gateway: 1 port will hangup, other one won't


mattlandis
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I have a senario:

When a remote caller calls in and comes in port 0/0 and they hang up, the call hangs up.

When a call comes in port 0/1 and the remote caller hangs up, the calls stays...

 

-We are using patton 4114 fxo gateway.

-We are using 2 of the 4 ports.

-i think both number are verizon.

 

tx for you thots.,

matt

 

Does the gateway send sip BYE to the PBX when the remote caller hangs up?

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Could be mis-configured disconnect settings, most US telco use a loop break to provide the disconnect signal (busy signal as well). See below for known working settings for DTMF and disconnects in about 10 cities around the US (all different telco's).

 

profile call-progress-tone US_Dialtone

play 1 1000 350 -13 440 -13

 

profile call-progress-tone US_Alertingtone

play 1 1000 440 -19 480 -19

pause 2 3000

 

profile call-progress-tone US_Busytone

play 1 500 480 -24 620 -24

pause 2 500

 

profile call-progress-tone US_Releasetone

play 1 250 480 -24 620 -24

pause 2 250

 

profile tone-set default

map call-progress-tone dial-tone US_Dialtone

map call-progress-tone ringback-tone US_Alertingtone

map call-progress-tone busy-tone US_Busytone

map call-progress-tone release-tone US_Releasetone

map call-progress-tone congestion-tone US_Busytone

 

profile tone-set US

map call-progress-tone dial-tone US_Dialtone

map call-progress-tone ringback-tone US_Alertingtone

map call-progress-tone busy-tone US_Busytone

map call-progress-tone release-tone US_Releasetone

map call-progress-tone congestion-tone US_Busytone

 

 

.. Example of Port 3 on a 4114 we have

 

interface fxo IF_CO3

route call dest-interface IF_PBXNSIP

loop-break-duration min 300 max 1500

disconnect-signal loop-break

disconnect-signal busy-tone

ring-number on-caller-id

mute-dialing

use profile tone-set US

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