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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 14596 11-Jul-2007 12:52
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Hi,

We are currently running Trixbox 2.2 are looking to move to a PRA/PRI connection. We have a Digium TE120P card and I've had a quick look about for instructions but nothing I do seem to get the Digium card to be detected.

We also have a Digium TDM400P in the box which is functioning ok.

Does anyone know if this is a known issue with TrixBox or Asterisk?

Versions we are running ...
asterisk.i386 Asterisk PBX with Sample Configs 1.2.20-1
asterisk-addons.i386 Addons for Asterisk 1.2.7_1.2.20-4
libpri.i386 C implementation of the Primary Rate ISDN specification 1.2.4-1.382
zaptel.i686 Driver for the Zaptel telephony adapters. 1.2.18-5
zaptel-modules-2.6.9-34.0.2.EL.i686 Zaptel kernel modules 1.2.18-5
zaptel-modules-2.6.9-34.0.2.ELsmp.i686 Zaptel kernel modules 1.2.18-5_SMP

Cheers.




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 77735 11-Jul-2007 14:14
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It appears that the Digium TE120P module is not marked for loading by default.

In the /etc/sysconfig/zaptel file I changed

MODULES="$MODULES wcte11xp"     # TE110P - Single Span T1/E1 Card

to

MODULES="$MODULES wcte12xp"     # TE120P - Single Span T1/E1 Card

which upon reboot allowed the modules to load.

I couldn't run a genzaptelconf -c nz because the zttranscode module was still loaded so I did a rmmod zttranscode and then genzaptelconf.

Everything seems ok now we are just waiting for the PRA/PRI to be turned on.

Does anyone know anything about the span settings for telecom nz?

Cheers,

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