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    E1 configuration for outgoing calls over ISDN

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    by didgie.koech ·

    Hi,

    I have tried to configure a VWIC2-1MFT E1 interface card for voice over ISDN 30 channel link. The problem is when i try to make outgoing calls, i get a busy tone and the call gets dropped.however, incoming calls are successful.

    Any help ASAP, would be greatly appreciated.

    Regards
    Roger

    By the way, am using a 2851 router.

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      by didgie.koech ·

      In reply to E1 configuration for outgoing calls over ISDN

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      Re:E1 configuration for outgoing calls over ISDN

      by Anonymous ·

      In reply to E1 configuration for outgoing calls over ISDN

      http://www.voiceguide.com/vghelp/source/html/configisdnsetup.htm

      Selecting ISDN Protocol
      All that is required to configure a T1 ISDN or E1 ISDN system to receive calls is to select the appropriate ISDN protocol in the Dialogic Configuration Manager (DCM) system. After selecting the appropriate ISDN protocol, and starting the Dialogic service the system should now be able to receive calls. Screenshot below shows where in the DCM the ISDN protocol is set:
      The telephone company which supplies the ISDN line will inform you what ISDN protocol is used on the lines they supply. Local Dialogic distributor will usually also know which protocols are used by the various telephone companies in your local area and would also be usually able to advise if any special options need to be set on the Dialogic configuration level to make the Dialogic cards work with those lines.

      Setting Config.xml and ConfigLine.xml
      The channels which VoiceGuide is to use are specified in Config.xml file. Sample Config.xml files are provided, and cover the most common deployment scenarios. In the Config.xml file the Protocol just needs to be set to ISDN
      It is recommended that all channels get opened: 23 on a T1 ISDN line, and 30 on an E1 ISDN line.
      Some PBXs and Switches will not properly initialize the T1/E1 link and will not properly handle calls on it unless all channels on the line are opened.
      A sample ConfigLine.xml file for use with ISDN systems is also provided. Analog system related settings have been removed from that file, and ISDN related settings have been added in.

      Testing ISDN Line
      When using the “JCT” and “SC” family cards. eg: D/240JCT, D/300JCT, D/480JCT, D/600JCT, D/240SC, D/300SC etc.. the Dialogic ISDIAG application can be used to test the T1/E1 lines and obtain ISDN traces.
      When using the “DMV” family cards. eg: DMV480, DMV600, DMV/240JCT, D/300JCT, D/480JCT, D/600JCT, D/240SC, D/300SC etc.. the Dialogic ISDNTRACE application can be used obtain ISDN traces.

      ISDIAG
      Dialogic provides the isdiag.exe command line application which will allow you to test if the ISDN connection is functioning and can capture the ISDN layer trace as well. Isdiag.exe will only work on ‘Springware’ Dialogic cards, eg: D/240JCT, D/480JCT, D/300JCT. D/600JCT and their predecessors. Isdiag.exe is located in directory C:\Program Files\Dialogic\bin
      To test an E1 connection the isdiag tool would usually be started like this at the DOS Command Prompt:
      isdiag 1 1 e s v
      To test a T1 connection the isdiag tool would usually be started like this at the DOS command prompt:
      isdiag 1 1 t s v
      The examples above would allow user to receive and make calls on that first channel of first T1/E1 interface only. You will need to confirm with the Telco that they will send a call on that channel after the ISDN D channel is restarted. D channel is restarted when isdiag
      VoiceGuide should not be started when using isdiag, as isdiag itself opens the channel on the ISDN line.
      If you are unable to receive/make calls and play/record sound files with isdiag then you will need to contact your local Dialogic supplier to establish why the hardware they provided does not work on the T1/E1 lines from your telephone company. It is unlikely that VoiceGuide will work if isdiag cannot receive and make calls. Your local Dialogic supplier should be familiar with all the local telephone companies’ ISDN protocols and know what should be done in order for the Dialogic cards to be able to work with the ISDN lines in your local area.
      isdiag can be used to capture traces of the ISDN messages as well. The log files produced by isdiag need to be converted into human-readable form by using the isdtrace.exe application. Note that isdtrace.exe application is different to the isdntrace.exe application.

      ISDNTRACE
      Dialogic provides the isdntrace.exe application which can capture a trace of the ISDN messages. Isdntrace.exe will only work on DM3/DMV type Dialogic cards. Isdntrace.exe is located in directory C:\Program Files\Dialogic\bin
      The ISDN traces are used to confirm what ISDN parameters are sent by the Telco on that ISDN line, and to confirm what parameters are being sent out by VoiceGuide when an outbound call is made. The outgoing parameters should usually match what is sent by the Telco’s switch.
      To use isdntrace to obtain the trace of the ISDN layer messages please follow the following steps.

      1. Stop VoiceGuide.

      2. Restart Dialogic Service.

      3. Start isdntrace using this command (from Command prompt in Dialogic\bin directory).

      isdntrace -b0 -d1 -f c:\myisdnlog

      4. Start VoiceGuide.

      5. Make a call into VoiceGuide. Hangup after VoiceGuide answers.

      6. Make a call out of VoiceGuide, loading the call using the “Outbound Call Loader”.

      7. After calls is ended press “q” in the isdntrace Command Prompt window to exit isdntrace.

      8. Trace file would be created in C:\, name of file begins with “myisdnlog”.

      ISDN Outgoing Calls
      Setting the ISDN protocol to the correct value is usually sufficient for outgoing calls to function as well. Some telephone companies however have specific non-standard requirements for outgoing calls.
      This section outlines the configuration options available within VoiceGuide to allow the user to explicitly specify the individual settings on outgoing calls.
      Most of these requirements relate to the structure and the information contained within the “Setup” message sent to the switch when a new call is made. VoiceGuide for Dialogic offers the use extensive control over the information sent within the Setup message, allowing easy configuration of the system to match requirements of the Telco switch or PBX.
      The configration of the ISDN’s SETUP message can be made by specifying the following in the ConfigLine.xml file, in section .
      Below is an example of what this section looks like, with the default values set.



      NONE

      BEAR_CAP_SPEECH
      ISDN_ITM_CIRCUIT
      BEAR_RATE_64KBPS
      ISDN_UIL1_G711ULAW
      ISDN_NOTUSED
      NAT_NUMBER
      UNKNOWN_NUMB_PLAN
      OSI_SUB_ADDR
      NAT_NUMBER
      UNKNOWN_NUMB_PLAN

      OSI_SUB_ADDR

      ISDN_NOTUSED
      ISDN_NOTUSED



      NAT
      UNKNOWN

      UNKNOWN
      UNKNOWN





      1
      MEDIUM_PREF

      SUB_NOPRIOR
      ENBLOC



      ;

      The setting selects whether the “CC” or “GC” approach (or neither) will be used to configure Setup message. Both approaches set almost the same information, but some Dialogic cards require the use of CC approach and some require the GC approach, which is why the option to use one or the other is offered. Setting the filed to NONE should always be tried first. This will result in the default settings for the selected ISDN protocol being used – the protocol set in Dialogic’s Configuration Manager (DCM).
      The DM3/DMV series cards can only use the “GC” setting parameters.
      If the default settings do not work please post your system’s configuration details on the Support Forum and and a member of staff will then be able to assist in setting the correct configuration.
      Settings used for individual fields within the section are detailed below:

      Valid Settings

      Field
      Values

      defsrc
      CC, GC, NONE

      cc_bc_xfer_cap
      BEAR_CAP_SPEECH, BEAR_CAP_UNREST_DIG, BEAR_REST_DIG

      cc_bc_xfer_mode
      ISDN_ITM_CIRCUIT

      cc_bc_xfer_rate
      BEAR_RATE_64KBPS, BEAR_RATE_128KBPS, BEAR_RATE_384KBPS, BEAR_RATE_1536KBPS, BEAR_RATE_1920KBPS, PACKET_TRANSFER_MODE

      cc_usrinfo_layer1_protocol
      SDN_UIL1_CCITTV.110, ISDN_UIL1_G711ULAW, ISDN_UIL1_G711ALAW, ISDN_UIL1_G711ADPCM, ISDN_UIL1_G722G725, ISDN_UIL1_H261, ISDN_UIL1_NONCCITT, ISDN_UIL1_CCITTV120, ISDN_UIL1_CCITTX31

      cc_usr_rate
      ISDN_UR_EINI460, ISDN_UR_56000, ISDN_UR_64000, ISDN_UR_134, ISDN_UR_12000

      cc_destination_number_type
      EN_BLOC_NUMBER, INTL_NUMBER, NAT_NUMBER, LOC_NUMBER, OVERLAP_NUMBER

      cc_destination_number_plan
      UNKNOWN_NUMB_PLAN, ISDN_NUMB_PLAN, TELEPHONY_NUMB_PLAN, PRIVATE_NUMB_PLAN

      cc_destination_sub_number_type
      OSI_SUB_ADDR, USER_SPECIFIED_SUB_ADDR, IA_5_FORMAT

      cc_origination_number_type
      EN_BLOC_NUMBER, INTL_NUMBER, NAT_NUMBER, LOC_NUMBER, OVERLAP_NUMBER

      cc_origination_number_plan
      UNKNOWN_NUMB_PLAN, ISDN_NUMB_PLAN, TELEPHONY_NUMB_PLAN, PRIVATE_NUMB_PLAN

      cc_origination_phone_number
      Default CallerID phone number for outgoing calls made using this channel can be specified here.

      cc_origination_sub_number_type
      OSI_SUB_ADDR, USER_SPECIFIED_SUB_ADDR, IA_5_FORMAT

      cc_origination_sub_phone_number
      Default CallerID phone sub-number for outgoing calls made using this channel can be specified here

      cc_facility_feature_service
      ISDN_NOTUSED, ISDN_FEATURE, ISDN_SERVICE

      cc_facility_coding_value
      ISDN_CPN_PREF, ISDN_SDN, ISDN_BN_PREF, ISDN_ACCUNET, ISDN_LONG_DIS, ISDN_INT_800, ISDN_CA_TSC, ISDN_ATT_MULTIQ

      gc_destination_address_type
      TRANSPARENT, NAT, INTL, LOC, IP, URL, DOMAIN, EMAIL

      gc_destination_address_plan
      UNKNOWN, ISDN, TELEPHONY, PRIVATE

      gc_destination_sub_address_type
      UNKNOWN, OSI, USER, IA5

      gc_destination_sub_address_plan
      UNKNOWN

      gc_origination_address
      Default CallerID phone number for outgoing calls made using this channel can be specified here.

      gc_origination_address_type
      TRANSPARENT, NAT, INTL, LOC, IP, URL, DOMAIN, EMAIL

      gc_origination_address_plan
      UNKNOWN, ISDN, TELEPHONY, PRIVATE

      gc_origination_sub_address
      Default CallerID phone sub-number for outgoing calls made using this channel can be specified here.

      gc_origination_sub_address_type
      UNKNOWN, OSI, USER, IA5

      gc_origination_sub_address_plan
      UNKNOWN

      gc_chan_info_medium_id
      Specifies the timeslot to be connected.

      gc_chan_info_medium_sel
      MEDIUM_PREF, MEDIUM_EXCL

      gc_call_info_category
      SUB_NOPRIOR, SUB_PRIOR, MAINT_EQUIP, COIN_BOX, OPERATOR, DATA, CPTP, SPECIAL, MOBILE, VPN

      gc_call_info_address_info
      ENBLOC, OVERLAP

      VoiceGuide ISDN Tracing
      VoiceGuide v6 can also trace the ISDN D-channel messages. A file titled ktTelControl_TraceSelect.txt needs to be placed in “C:\” with the contents of the file indicating which Dialogic’s board D-channel is to be traced. Example contents should be:
      isdn_trace_dtiB1
      which indicates which interface board should have it’s D-channel traced.
      VoiceGuide will create the traces in “C:\”, with the traces named something like this: isdn_trace_dtiB1_0325_203334.log
      Traces can be converted into readable format using Dialogic’s ISDTRACE.EXE utility.

      Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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