I think that Audiocodes is one of the better SIP PSTN gateways available on the market: the problem with this device (besides its high cost) has always been its most unfriendly user interface.
In this post I’ll show how to get working an AudioCodes MP-114 with Asterisk 11: this device is an FXO unit with 4 ports. Continue reading
This is the pinout to connect the ISDN/BRI plug from Cisco 2901 to Patton SmartNode 2 x ISDN/BRI.
In this post I will show you how to connect & configure one IpPhone Linksys SPA942 using an Asterisk Pbx 1.8: I hope this can help you with other similar IpPhones (Linksys SPA942 is in “End-of-sale “)
To start you have to verify the firmware version used by the phone: connect to the web interface on the IpPhone and check the info tab check.
I this post will show you how to get directly from the Portech MV-370 the CDR, Call Details Record (the same procedure works fine for Portech MV-372 and MV-374).
Initially you have to download the latest version of Dial Peer Software from Portech website: if you do not find this software in the MV-370 details try to see in the details of MV-374 or other MV-XXX device. The software is the same.
Now in the Portech web interface modify the “Call data to server” section (you cand find this section in “Sip Settings” -> “Sip Responses”.
Send Call Events to Data Server: YES
Data Server : <ip address of the pc where will be running the dial peer software>:5020
Submit & Reboot.
Now we un-tar the Dial Peer software, and modify the DialPeer.ini file.
IP=<ip address of the pc where will be running the dial peer software>
1=<ip address of the MV-370 device>
Launch DialPeer.exe and.. that’s all !
Att.: The CDR will gathered only when the DialPeer software in running !