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I have set things up as follows. I can now make an outgoing XOT call using the PAD command and that is ok. I can dialin to the PRI and the call is answered my a modem ok. What I am trying to acheive is linking the 2 together. Eventually the NUA called will either depend on the number dialled or be entered as the result of a prompt....
That is perfectly possible. You use "autocommand ..." under line config. Using modem pools, you can make so that different called numbers go to different pools of lines that do different autocommands.
Things are progressing but I have reached another hurdle.
I have set things up using the autocommand and modemcap info under the line. Now I would like to vary these depending on the number dialled. I have searched for DNIS and there seems to be so many references to this. It is simple data, no voice. Is there a simple way to allocate these resources to a DNIS?
Try this ancient config example for modem pooling.
If it doesn't work, some more recent document should also be available.
That looks promising, but it means tying lines up to specific roles. I would rather have all lines available to deal with modem or ISDN and the the criteria (autocommand, modem etc) dependant on the number called. Is it possible?
If you're using different modemcap on a different set of lines, this means you're already pre-configuring and partitioning your modems to receive calls from terminals with different characteristics, so the rigidy is already there.
Beside that, check "virtual partitioning":
I am using modemcap at the moment but I am not sure that is what I will finally use.
That last doc was very interesting.... you are getting so near....
If you can imagine a group of 64 lines.
User 1 dials 1234 any modems answers at 2400 - makes a pad call to nua 2342123...
User 2 dials 2342 any modem answers at 9600 - makes a pad call to nua 2342567....
User 3 dials 3456 any line answers call as ISDN possibly V120 - makes a pad call to nua 2342789....
Ok, seems you want the "full enchilada" then.
However, I would keep things simple at the beginning. Then as you observe how the service is going and what are the actual issues, you can add sophistication where really needed.