1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 20, 2015 8:02 AM by patrick

    Atlas 550 Quad BRI User Term config?

    digidave New Member

      1. What does this Alert mean?

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      2. I have entered the configuration for the 4 BRI circuits for the Quad BRI Module. Is this correct?

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      3. Looking at the Interface Configuration, I set it like this:

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      4. Following through to the SPID list I have specified the number and 1 Calls. In other words I want 1 call appearance per number, or per B channel. Have I done this right? For additional SPIDs on additional B-channels would I give them a Dial # of 1 here also?

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      5. Would I set up the Network Term table the same as the User Term?

      And finally are the default settings in Global Param for Number Complete Templates and Number Type Templates OK to use?

        • Re: Atlas 550 Quad BRI User Term config?
          patrick Employee

          Thank you for using the ADTRAN Support Community Forums.

           

          You're getting that error because each BRI interface can only have 1 entry in the DIAL PLAN (rather than 2 - one for each B-channel). So your IN#ACCEPT for each BRI will have both numbers, and your SPID LIST will also have 2 Phone Numbers and 2 SPIDs. (Each with CALLS set to 1.)

           

          Also, in the SPID LIST, the PHONE # is a maximum of 7 digits - so leave the area code off for the PHONE #. Your SPID looks fine.

           

          The IN#ACCEPT needs to be configured as well, so the ATLAS knows to which BRI to send calls. This will be the phone number presented by the Telco on an inbound call. (It could be 10 digits, 7 digits, or even 4 digits.) If it is less than 7 digits, then the PHONE # in the SPID LIST will need to be changed to be the same number of digits as the IN#ACCEPT (remember it will never be more than 7 digits).

           

          For your final question, if the Network Term is also BRIs then it will be configured similarly - but the Telco will give you the SPIDS and LDNS and generally the OUT#ACCEPT will be "$" which is our wild-card to allow any number (since you are calling out to the PSTN and will not be a specific number for every call).

           

          Hope this answers your questions,

          Patrick