2 Replies Latest reply on May 17, 2017 12:11 PM by rajneesh.ramakrishnan

    Digit manipulation on Adtran 908e

    rajneesh.ramakrishnan New Member

      Hi All,

       

      I am trying to make a  outgoing pstn calls from our Mitel PBX. I had created a sip trunk between our IP-PBX and Adtran. I had connected incoming pstn line to FXO port on Adtran. I want to send the incoming calls from our IP-PBX to the far end pstn user. Could you please provide me with the configuration  that I need to do in Adtran 908e.

       

      Thanks in Advance...

        • Re: Digit manipulation on Adtran 908e
          jayh Hall_of_Fame

          voice trunk T02 type analog supervision loop-start

          no reject-external

          connect fxo 0/0

           

          voice grouped-trunk FXO-TG

            trunk T02

            accept NXX-XXXX cost 0

            accept 1-NXX-NXX-XXXX cost 0

            accept N11 cost 0

            accept 011$ cost 0

           

          If your PBX sends calls in a format not acceptable to the carrier serving the FXO port, you can do match-substitute to tweak the digits to match, such as stripping a leading "9", adding a "1" for 10-digit numbers, etc. If the PBX presents calls in a manner that the carrier accepts the same way as a person with a conventional telephone would dial, then you're good.

           

          To ring a particular PBX extension when the FXO line is dialed from outside, add something like the following line to the FXO voice trunk configuration. The example would ring extension 4444 on the PBX:

           

          trunk-number 4444