I have a 3640 router with a VWIC-2MFT-T1-DI card connected to an IP PBX (Artisoft Televantage) using an RJ48C cable. I assumed that my cable is now working since the LED in my PBX is already green. The PBX is already configured to route voice to the router when you dial 77. I also configured the router. To test if everything works Iift the handset, got a dialtone from the PBX, then I dial 77 and got a squeaky tone for 1 second and got back the tone from the PBX. Can anyone shed light on this one. Thanks a lot.
Here are the PBX specs:
Framing Type: D4 Superframe
Supervisory signal: 2- or 4-wire E&M
Wink: Wink and double wink
Line coding/Framing: AMI
Digit signaling: DTMF
DNIS Length: 4 digits
My router config:
3640(config)# voice-card 2
3640(config-voice-card)# codec complexity high
3640(config)# controller T1 2/0
3640(config-controller)# framing sf
3640(config-controller)# linecoding ami
3640(config-controller)# clock source internal
3640(config-controller)# ds0-group 1 timeslots 1-24 type e&m-wink
3640(config-controller)# no shut
3640(config)# voice-port 2/0:1
3640(config-voiceport)# description *** connected to Televantage PBX ***
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