Avaya/Lucent Magix Integration with 3620 NM-HDV-2T1
I am installing a Cisco 3620 with an NM-HDV-2T1 to a DS1 cards on an Avaya Magix. Initial configuration attempted was PRI set to DMS 100. When checking on the 3620 we saw one T-1 up and the other one bouncing with severe framing errors. The Magix did not show any of the D channels up. We switched to switch-type 5E with similar results.
When we switched to E & M Wink we were able to place calls through the 3620, however inbound calls with proper DNIS were would only ring the phone once and then drop with an undefined error.
I have spoken to several people who have indicated that the configuration is tricky and requires specific switch-types and protocols to be configured. Can anyone provide some guidance?
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the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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