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AS5400HPX - Using as PSTN Connection and Dial-In

It has been a long time since I worked with an AS5400 so I am wondering if what I have will work as my PSTN connection for CCME as well as have dial-in capabilities.

I have a 2600 with CCME and CUE connected to a 4507. I also have an AS5400HPX, S54CP-12306, AS54-DFC-8CT1, AS54-DFC-108NP, and FR54H-BASVOX-LIC.

What I will be doing is a having my modems/Faxes come directly into the 2600 by putting in a NM-HD-2V with FXS ports and I want to route in/out one of the AS5400 for my DID numbers.

Is there any other thing that I might need to make this happen, except just setting up voip dial-peers on the 2600 pointing to the AS5400 and vice-versa to complete the call leg.

So in short does the AS54-DFC-8CT1 already have the DSP's on board to terminate the call or do I need any other additional equipment?

Thanks in advance

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Cisco Employee

Re: AS5400HPX - Using as PSTN Connection and Dial-In

Brian,

To answer your question, the DSP's to process the voice call are physically located on the AS54-DFC-108NP module. This card contains the nextport modules needed to process voice traffic including modem and fax calls. The AS54-DFC-8CT1 card is used to terminate the physical connection to the TDM world.

Cisco Employee

Re: AS5400HPX - Using as PSTN Connection and Dial-In

Brian,

My last message got truncated. I also wanted to state that your proposed setup sounds fine. You can use the 5400 as the terminating gateway for your CCME system.

Hope that helps.

Ademola

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Re: AS5400HPX - Using as PSTN Connection and Dial-In

Thanks for replying and for your insight. I thought that it would work by reading all the information, but I always like getting a second opinion especially from people that might have already done it themselves.

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