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1841 router must accept calls NOT dial out

Hi,

I have a 1841 router with WIC-1B S/T interface.The scenario is like people from various countries dialing into the router (by using a number given by the TELCO where the router is physically locted). The router must accept these calls and provide access for internal resources. I am familiar with the scenario of a router dialing out to another router using dialer-string, dialer remote-name, username and password.

But how can the router with WIC-1B S/T be configured to accept analog calls (assuming it is possible).

Pls help with some config examples.

Thx n Regards

Sonu

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Re: 1841 router must accept calls NOT dial out

Hi,

YOu can accept incoming analogue calls with WIC1B-S/T unless you have modem DSP installed in the router, but you can receive ISDN calls.

Krisztian

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Re: 1841 router must accept calls NOT dial out

Hi,

Thanks, but do 1841's come with DSP modules installed? Or is it like an extra card that has to be ordered separately and then installed?

Thanks

Sonu

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Re: 1841 router must accept calls NOT dial out

Hi,

I have tried to fork up some information about it, but unfortunately I haven't found anything. What I'm sure the 2800/3800 series have digital modem PVDM hosting digital modems. It looks the 1800 series does not support it and the only way to terminate analogue calls is to use WIC-xAM modem card but obviously it cannot be used with ISDN line but analogue.

Hope it helps, rate if does

Krisztian

Krisztian

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