D-Link - dlink dvg-2032s voip gw

luetzz

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Helo everybody,

I´m having a huge problem, I´ve been dealing with Asterisk (Elastix) connected to some dlink dvg-2032s gw voip appliance connected to common telephone set, something as 5 dlink in one Elastix machine and other two dlink in another Elastix machine.
I´m having many problems.

My question is: has anyone ever used such equipment to connect Asterisk to common telephone set. Is this kind of equipment adpted to such environment?

Please, need help!!!

Thanks.
 

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Hello people,

I´m answering my own question for one reason:

I apologize if I´m contravening any explicit or implicit rule in this forum, but I need to know if the content of my previous question about D-Link DVG-2032S is misplaced or offending in any way. If not I´ll wait till any good soul try to answer it: is this such equipment really adequate to connect analog phones to Asterisk that, in its turn, is connected to E1 voice links via E1 Sangoma cards ?

Thanks,

Luetz.
 

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Hello luetzz,
I think you might get some more luck asking dlink support.
I have never heard about this appliance, so I will not be able to help you much.
At least if you give some more info... You must be more specific.
What problems do you have? What do logs say?
 

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Hi ramoncio, thanks for your time.

Your "no-answer" is almost an answer, as I repute you as someone having a significant experience in Asterisk, Elastix, voip, etc.
So if you don´t known about DVG-2032S ... :cool:

The scenario I encountered already is: a bunch of analog phones (more than 100) connected to an Asterisk via 5 DVG-2032S. The DVG appliances are configured like "channel banks" but they could be configured to receive the E1 voip links directly, eliminating the need of a PBX.

The main problem is: as the increasing number of connections, mainly outbound, are stablished by the analog phones along the day, they start to receive the message "all-circuits-are-busy-now". To "solve" this I have to reset the DVG or, in the worst case, to reset the Asterisk machine (no good). This happens at least once a day.
The E1 are connected to Asterisk via Sangoma A104 cards.

Well, I will still try again D-Link support besides the fact they don´t receive calls directly. I always have to send a email and wait at least one day for the answer. If things get heavier they call back by phone.

Anyway, thanks again.

Regards,
Luetz.
 

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First you must detect if the problem is with the Sangoma E1 trunks or with the DVG-2032S, wich is a sip device.
You will have to activate sip debug and analize your asterisk logs to see if there are problems with the DVG-2032S. And the same with the E1 trunks. I can't help you much with E1 debugging, I've never used it.
Maybe you should consider getting some paid support with Palosanto guys, they might find out your problems.
 

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Ok, ramoncio,

You are certainly right.
I´ll contact the Palosanto guys, after the "1.5 stable" download rush. :cool:

Best regards,
Luetz.
 

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Ok Luetz,
Good luck!
 

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