We have been attempting to use ATA 186's in the UK. This forum identifies Complex Impedance as the correct unit (ATA 186 L2). However, we have only managed to get the L1 units (600 ohm)working (and these only with master baluns). Can you please shed some light on this as CCO has no info
Secondly, is it possible to use a 2620 as a Primary Rate Gateway for ATA 186's on a remote site without a gatekeeper? The Gateway is connecting back to a PBX over a Leased Line Circuit.
From what I can see ordering the L2 units will provide the complex impedance requirements of the UK. You might need to see if Cisco has any reported problems (I havent done a UK installation). Let me know what you come up with.
GW and ATA want to converse directly without GK intervention.
This can be done. Create a voip dial peer on the 2600 with the session target IP address being that of the ATA and on the ATA configure the GW IP address, instead of the GK. The drawback - all calls originating from the ATA will be directed towards the GW.
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