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Dialin/Dialout on an AS5300

How do I configure the AS5300 to support incoming and outgoing calls so that any modem can be used? The outgoing call is not generated by a desktop user, rather it is initiated by a "delivery" PC, off our mainframe, that then downloads a file to a remote device such as a printer across an analog connection. Therefore I can't use the EZ product. I have multiple T1 PRI lines in the AS5300. I know I need to set "modem inout" and "rotary #" at the line level but I am lost at how to ensure any modem at any time.

Thanks.

Paul

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Re: Dialin/Dialout on an AS5300

If the device that you are dialing out to supports PPP, then you could use DDR:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/793/access_dial/1.html

If you don't need to use PPP, and the dialing were to occur with AT commands from the delivery PC, then you could simply place all the lines is a rotary group, reverse telnet to that rotary port, and place the manual dialing.

Dialin would be OK with "modem inout", and the other commands needed for inbound dialing:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/793/access_dial/5300.html

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Re: Dialin/Dialout on an AS5300

If the device that you are dialing out to supports PPP, then you could use DDR:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/793/access_dial/1.html

If you don't need to use PPP, and the dialing were to occur with AT commands from the delivery PC, then you could simply place all the lines is a rotary group, reverse telnet to that rotary port, and place the manual dialing.

Dialin would be OK with "modem inout", and the other commands needed for inbound dialing:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/793/access_dial/5300.html

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Re: Dialin/Dialout on an AS5300

Thanks, I was totally missing the rotary part.

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