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Dialing out to a group of analog lines

Hi,

I have a Cisco RAS with 8 Analog modems NM.

The users must use the system for dial-out, But have no knowhow regarding TCP ports ect.

How do I dial -out using a group of the analog lines, so the used ports will be automaticaly selected?

Is there a specific port that responsible for the group of all the lines?

I know that in 3Com for example you can do it by dialing to port no 6000, and the call is created by the next free interface.

thank you!

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Bronze

Re: Dialing out to a group of analog lines

You can either put the lines into a rotary group ("rotary 1"), and then telnet to port 3001, or you can use Dialout software on the PC's and not worry about the port specification.

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/471/DialOutEZ.shtml

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Re: Dialing out to a group of analog lines

Do you know where can i get a free software for that?

I downloaded the one that cisco reffered me to, but it is an evaluation, and we are looking for a free tool.

Cisco Employee

Re: Dialing out to a group of analog lines

You need to purchase it. Only evaluation copy will be free. Cisco's DialOut/EZ is now end of life so you can get it from another place as mentioned in that url.

www.tacticalsoftware.com

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