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To fixed the issue of having the inbound traffic come from digits that could be routed instead of anonymous on the SIP header information. IP Office platform: Select the "SIP line" and click on "SIP URI" tab then change the following as shown in the diag...
This page contains information about SmartMedia CAS R2 variant scripting. Refer to the default script (itu.lua) in the Web Portal for a complete working variant script example. OVERVIEW CAS R2 signaling is done in two parts: line signaling and ...
Certain carriers require that the Numbering Plan and Type of Number, sent in the ISDN SETUP message, be National/isdn-telephony (ISDNTelephony e.163,4). Unless configured otherwise, the SmartNode will send this as UNKNOWN/UNKNOWN. SETUP (DSS1 User) [040...
The clock is a necessary component of a TDM network. Synchronizing your system on the right clock, allows it to offer good sound quality. It is now recommended that you configure an external clocking source for your system. To do so: 1- Click CLO...
Echo is commonly encountered on PSTN when analog lines are involved in the conversation path. Patton SmartNodes have an integrated echo canceller for that purpose. Because it works adaptively, only the echo that really exists is cancelled. The best place ...
To configure a SmartNode FXS Gateway within 3CX, please visit the link below. http://www.3cx.com/blog/voip-howto/patton-fxs-gateway-at/ [1] Links: ------ [1] http://www.3cx.com/blog/voip-howto/patton-fxs-gateway-at/
By default, the SmartNode listens for both TCP and UDP traffic. In order for the SmartNode to send SIP signaling using TCP, you will need to configure the following: location-service SER_LYNC match-any-domain identity-group default call outbound ...
Whenever you are experiencing connectivity issue on the e1t1/ethernet a great tool to test if the ports are working fine would be the loopback cable. A loopback cable redirects the output back into itself. This effectively gives the network interface th...
Gateways regulate traffic between two dissimilar networks. In the case of the SmartNodes, this means from Analog-IP (SIP) or ISDN-IP (SIP). These devices will only need to have one Ethernet port as they will not be doing any IP routing. Gateway/Rout...
One of the main reasons for this is that the SmartNode does not allow for any "untrusted" host IP Addresses to pass through whenever the "trust" command is configured in the SIP interface. MANAGING TRUSTED HOSTS: A list of trusted remote peers can be ...
You might have read in the press that there are SmartNode models featuring a "high precision" clock. These are variations of existing SmartNodes and are sold as model codes 4971/81/91, 4635 and 4639 based on Smartware and with the "HP" attribute in the mo...