E1 MFCR2 Problem

py8azt

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I just install a server with Elastix 0.9 with a TE205p:
Span #1 >> Telcom (R2)
Span #2 >> PBX Legacy (R2)

All LED is Green. I can see Unicall Release information on Asterisk CLI, but when I try dial to PBX legacy extension or outbound to the Telcom it rings for 2 seconds, then "Busy/Congested".

The UC show channels display all channels.

>>zaptel.conf
# Span 1: TE2/0/1 "T2XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 1"
span=1,0,0,cas,hdb3
cas=1-15:1101
#dchan=16
cas=17-31:1101

# Span 2: TE2/0/2 "T2XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 2"
span=2,0,0,cas,hdb3
cas=32-46:1101
#dchan=47
cas=48-62:1101
loadzone = br
defaultzone = br


>>unicall.conf
[channels]
language=pt_BR
usecallerid=yes
hidecallerid=no
;restrictcid=no
callwaitingcallerid=yes
threewaycalling=yes
transfer=yes
cancallforward=yes
callreturn=yes
echocancel=yes
echocancelwhenbridged=no
echotraining=800
relaxdtmf=yes
rxgain=0.0
txgain=0.0
callgroup=1
pickupgroup=1
immediate=no
amaflags=default
musiconhold=default

;faxdetect=both
;faxdetect=incoming
;faxdetect=outgoing
faxdetect=no

group=1
protocolclass=mfcr2
protocolvariant=br,20,4,8
protocolend=cpe
context=from-pstn
channel => 1-15
channel => 17-31

group=2
protocolclass=mfcr2
protocolvariant=br,20,20
protocolend=co
context=from-internal
channel => 32-46
channel => 48-62

When I start Asterisk display this info:
[root@elastix doc]# Loading protocol mfcr2
Parsing tone set
Hit dial-tone
Step - Frequency=350.00+440.00 [1.00%]Level=-13.00+-13.00 Recognition length=0.30 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 350 440 300 0
Hit dial-tone
Step - Cycles=3
Step - Frequency=350.00+440.00 [1.00%]Level=-13.00+-13.00Length=0.10 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 350 440 60 140
Step - Length=0.10 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 0 0 60 140
Step - Frequency=350.00+440.00 [1.00%]Level=-13.00+-13.00 Recognition length=0.30 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 350 440 300 0
Hit ringback-tone
Step - Cycles=0
Step - Frequency=440.00+480.00 [1.00%]Level=-13.00+-13.00Length=0.40 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 440 480 330 470
Step - Length=0.20 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 0 0 150 250
Step - Frequency=440.00+480.00 [1.00%]Level=-13.00+-13.00Length=0.40 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 440 480 330 470
Step - Length=3.00 [10.00%] Recognition length=0.60 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 0 0 600 3330
Hit busy-tone
Step - Cycles=0
Step - Frequency=480.00+620.00 [1.00%]Level=-13.00+-13.00Length=0.50 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 480 620 420 580
Step - Length=0.50 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 0 0 420 580
Hit congestion-tone
Step - Cycles=0
Step - Frequency=480.00+620.00 [1.00%]Level=-13.00+-13.00Length=0.25 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 480 620 195 305
Step - Length=0.25 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 0 0 195 305
Hit number-unobtainable-tone
Step - Frequency=480.00+620.00 [1.00%]Level=-13.00+-13.00 Recognition length=0.90 [10.00%]
>>>Detector element 480 620 900 0

Is unicall.conf passing the "br" no Unicall load?
Is this unicall setup correct to Brazil?

Please, any help is wellcome!

Luc
 

moy

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Have you ever configured R2 before?

span=1,0,....
span=2,0,....

Do you know what the second zero means? if not, why do you configure it that way?

try to not blindly copy paste configurations.

The second zero is the timing source. By choosing 0 there you mean that your own card will be the master clock source. When you connect to the PSTN ( telco ) you don't want that. Try changing to:

span=1,1,....
span=2,2,....

That way span1 far end (the telco) will be the master source. Far end of span 2 will be the second source of timing in case span 1 telco fails or something ( not likely ).

That is the first thing you should try. I cannot guarantee is going to work after that, since you might be facing other problems as well. But *PLEASE* report either success or failure here in the forum.
 

moy

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By the way I just realized this is a spanish forum. Should this post be moved by some sysadmin?

Thanks
 

py8azt

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I'll go on the subject on right place on the forum.

Thanks.
 

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