I've done many Valcom integrations with Cisco gateways. I've always had success with a VIC2 and VIC3 FXS cards. I haven't tried it with a VIC card. I would doubt that the rinking voltage is the issue. HAve you hooked up a multimeter on AC Voltage during a ring cycle to test the voltage? I would try that. I think the issue is more likely the cable or you are connected to the wrong port on the Valcom unit. Some valcom units only work with FXO cards.
Thanks for the quick response. The ring voltage issue was suggested by Valcom TS, saying that at least 70-75v is needed.
I am connecting a v9940 to the fxo port. I get a fast busy, fwiw. I am not at the site, and wouldnt be able to hook a multimeter to measure ac voltage. perhaps I will try a fxs port, but it would be off a VG20X gateway
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