OPen vox b100p with elastix 1.6.12

pgeraldes

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Hi there , well i´m try to configure elastix to replace my old panasonic telephonic system.
I bought a openvox b100p to try the quality of calls via pstn , so far i cant work with it.
My environmment is a elastix 1.6.12 with isdn nt from portugal, when i conect the card elastix recogniz it but it gives me an error in console mdl_error|req(tei_12).
Can someone give the step by step tutorial, its driving me crazy.
 

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OPen vox b100p with elastix 1.6.12
Hello,
Firstly,you have to make sure OpenVox B100P should be connetcted ISDN line not the PSTN line?
For the B100P with ISDN, we can some tutorials for it and it was installed mISDN driver.Please see our website:http://wiki.openvox.cn/index.php/OpenVox_B100P_User_Manual_for_mISDN
http://downloads.openvox.cn/pub/manuals/eng/

Please read them before you do anything!

Best Wishes!
Joe

joe.yung1987@gmail.com
 

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Joe:

An alternative I suggest:

Please fix your drivers and submit them to Elastix and Digium :)


respectfully

dicko
 

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Well, I´ve done everything nothing works.
I instaled elastix 1.6(kernel version - 2.6.18-164.e15 ; asterisk version 1.4.26.1 ; mISDN version 1.1.9.1), than i put the card on the on the server.
Detected the hardware with gui interface, and elastix give me this:
Port 1: TE-mode BRI S/T interface line (for phone lines)
-> Protocol: DSS1 (Euro ISDN)
-> Layer 4 protocol 0x04000001 is detected, but not allowed for TE lib.
-> childcnt: 2
* Port NOT useable for PBX (maybe there is already a PBX running?)

Now when i reboot the server elastix gives me the error on the console screen:
mdl_error|req(tei_12)
I dont know what the hell is this.
I keep configure the card doing the:
misdn scan
misdn config
misdn start

When i do the misdn start gives me information:
l
[root@elastix /]# mISDN scan
1 mISDN compatible device(s) found:
>> hfcpci
[root@elastix /]# mISDN config
Writing /etc/mISDN.conf for 1 mISDN compatible device(s):
>> hfcpci
/etc/mISDN.conf already present, saving a backup: /etc/mISDN.conf.bak
[root@elastix /]# mISDN start
-- Loading mISDN modules --
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install capi
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install mISDN_core debug=0
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install mISDN_l1 debug=0
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install mISDN_l2 debug=0
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install l3udss1 debug=0
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install mISDN_capi
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install hfcpci protocol=0x2 layermask=0xf
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install mISDN_dsp debug=0 options=0


Than i go to etc/mISDN.conf


[root@elastix ~]# cd ..
[root@elastix /]# cd etc
[root@elastix etc]# vi mISDN.conf
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Module: hfcsusb
Options: debug=<number> poll=<number>
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Module: xhfc
Options: debug=<number>
Port Attributes: mode=(te|nt), link=(ptp|ptmp), line=(s0|up) capi=(yes|no)
lineloop_b1=(yes|no) lineloop_b2=(yes|no), lineloop_d=(yes|no)
polx=(yes|no)
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Module: mISDN_dsp
Options: debug=<number>, options=<number>, poll=<number>,
dtmfthreshold=<number>
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
-->
<mISDNconf>
<module poll="128" debug="0" timer="no">hfcmulti</module>
<module debug="0" options="0">mISDN_dsp</module>
<devnode user="root" group="root" mode="644">mISDN</devnode>
<card type="hfcpci">
<port mode="te" link="ptmp">1</port>
</card>
</mISDNconf>


Changed the link to point to mutipoint, my line is point to multipoint.

and than edit the etc/asterisk/misdn.conf:

; adding the postfix 'ptp' to a port number is obsolete now, chan_misdn
; parses /etc/misdn-init.conf and sets the ptp mode to the corresponding
; configs. For backwards compatibility you can still set ptp here.
;
ports=1

[first_extern]
; again port defs
ports=1
; again a context for incoming calls
context=Extern1
; msns for te ports, listen on those numbers on the above ports, and
; indicate the incoming calls to asterisk
; here you can give a comma separated list or simply an '*' for
; any msn.
msns=*

; here an example with given msns
[second_extern]
ports=1
context=from-pstn
callerid=15
msns=*



and i changed the things that are underline

and than


i make asterisk -r
misdn show stacks
and give me this:


Connected to Asterisk 1.4.26.1 currently running on elastix (pid = 6169)
Verbosity is at least 3
elastix*CLI> misdn show stacks
BEGIN STACK_LIST:
* Port 1 Type TE Prot. PMP L2Link DOWN L1LinkOWN Blocked:0 Debug:0
elastix*CLI>


Can someone help me here open vox people
Is the card that is malfuncioning or is missing some configuration

Hope someone could help me here
thanks in advanced.


Pedro Geraldes
 

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i suggest you the best strategy....RTFMF...replace a bri line with equipment that you dont know is no t that simple...elastix as far as it looks like something that works OOTB doesnt...first you need to know abour telephone lines and standards...then linux and basic compilling and drivers making...then asterisk and its configs...
this is a link for understand better misdn driver


http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Aste ... N+channels

and if you can buy quality stuff...openvox is chinese crap, suported indeeed by elastix but chinese crap..sangomas are far better cards and with real support...

best regards
 

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Fernando:

Don't hold back just say what you mean!

(I totally agree, cheap knockoff shit that sounds like crap, is electrical crap, breaks easily and in my opinion is not usable).



YMMV of course let's wait for Joe (or James or whoever) to explain why we are wrong.

dicko
 

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jeje thanx dicko but im not wrong..jeje maybe i have some brutal honesty in my opinions...but they re my opinions...fordged by 7 years with asterisk and quality cards i think somewhat like your experience...
and of course openvox only one time send cards for sponsor in ece training sessions and ok were crap...then i get sangoma as official sponsor outside of elastix and uowww..not only gave me all the support but a lots of free cards and access to all developers including my good friend moises silva...and of course compared to them even digium is crap jeje...
did you look at my recent posts on sinologic.net? and elastix blog about mfcr2 protocol and e1 line tapping or firmwares updates on that cards?

see ya dicko always good to talk to you
 

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Fernando:

I agree, I have consigned way too many cheap "knock-off" cards to the trash to waste time and money on them again, you get what you pay for, Digium and Sangoma have been around forever, the wanpipe/woomera channel is in many ways more useful and is easier to diagnose although I have to say it sometimes is a bit stubborn in getting out of the way in a system without sangoma hardware. Rhino should not be overlooked either, solid and well priced, If I need internal hardware I would look no further than these three.

I have always been intrigued with sangoma' line tap hardware but to be truthful I have never got one as the smart-jacks on the csu/dsu usually are all I need, mfcr2 is not something that we meet here very often in the states (or for that matter E1's ) , so I can't comment but I do occasionally run sinologic through google translate and certainly notice your presence there.

regards

dicko
 

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pgeraldes said:
Well, I´ve done everything nothing works.
I instaled elastix 1.6(kernel version - 2.6.18-164.e15 ; asterisk version 1.4.26.1 ; mISDN version 1.1.9.1), than i put the card on the on the server.
Detected the hardware with gui interface, and elastix give me this:
Port 1: TE-mode BRI S/T interface line (for phone lines)
-> Protocol: DSS1 (Euro ISDN)
-> Layer 4 protocol 0x04000001 is detected, but not allowed for TE lib.
-> childcnt: 2
* Port NOT useable for PBX (maybe there is already a PBX running?)

Now when i reboot the server elastix gives me the error on the console screen:
mdl_error|req(tei_12)
I dont know what the hell is this.
I keep configure the card doing the:
misdn scan
misdn config
misdn start

When i do the misdn start gives me information:
l
[root@elastix /]# mISDN scan
1 mISDN compatible device(s) found:
>> hfcpci
[root@elastix /]# mISDN config
Writing /etc/mISDN.conf for 1 mISDN compatible device(s):
>> hfcpci
/etc/mISDN.conf already present, saving a backup: /etc/mISDN.conf.bak
[root@elastix /]# mISDN start
-- Loading mISDN modules --
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install capi
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install mISDN_core debug=0
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install mISDN_l1 debug=0
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install mISDN_l2 debug=0
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install l3udss1 debug=0
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install mISDN_capi
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install hfcpci protocol=0x2 layermask=0xf
>> /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install mISDN_dsp debug=0 options=0


Than i go to etc/mISDN.conf


[root@elastix ~]# cd ..
[root@elastix /]# cd etc
[root@elastix etc]# vi mISDN.conf
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Module: hfcsusb
Options: debug=<number> poll=<number>
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Module: xhfc
Options: debug=<number>
Port Attributes: mode=(te|nt), link=(ptp|ptmp), line=(s0|up) capi=(yes|no)
lineloop_b1=(yes|no) lineloop_b2=(yes|no), lineloop_d=(yes|no)
polx=(yes|no)
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Module: mISDN_dsp
Options: debug=<number>, options=<number>, poll=<number>,
dtmfthreshold=<number>
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
-->
<mISDNconf>
<module poll="128" debug="0" timer="no">hfcmulti</module>
<module debug="0" options="0">mISDN_dsp</module>
<devnode user="root" group="root" mode="644">mISDN</devnode>
<card type="hfcpci">
<port mode="te" link="ptmp">1</port>
</card>
</mISDNconf>


Changed the link to point to mutipoint, my line is point to multipoint.

and than edit the etc/asterisk/misdn.conf:

; adding the postfix 'ptp' to a port number is obsolete now, chan_misdn
; parses /etc/misdn-init.conf and sets the ptp mode to the corresponding
; configs. For backwards compatibility you can still set ptp here.
;
ports=1

[first_extern]
; again port defs
ports=1
; again a context for incoming calls
context=Extern1
; msns for te ports, listen on those numbers on the above ports, and
; indicate the incoming calls to asterisk
; here you can give a comma separated list or simply an '*' for
; any msn.
msns=*

; here an example with given msns
[second_extern]
ports=1
context=from-pstn
callerid=15
msns=*



and i changed the things that are underline

and than


i make asterisk -r
misdn show stacks
and give me this:


Connected to Asterisk 1.4.26.1 currently running on elastix (pid = 6169)
Verbosity is at least 3
elastix*CLI> misdn show stacks
BEGIN STACK_LIST:
* Port 1 Type TE Prot. PMP L2Link DOWN L1LinkOWN Blocked:0 Debug:0
elastix*CLI>


Can someone help me here open vox people
Is the card that is malfuncioning or is missing some configuration

Hope someone could help me here
thanks in advanced.


Pedro Geraldes
Hello,
Have you made your system worked right now? If not, please contact me as soon as possible!

I am waiting your further response!

My gmail account is: denins.den@openvox.cn
 

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Guys I am pretty sure all the cards out there are manufactured in China or somewhere around there, they might be assembled in other locations such as Canada etc, but the components are made over there, I have not used OpenVox as of yet, but want to try a T1 card, and to Dicko and Fernando I have great respect for you guys but just because you feel strongly about your products you should not bash these two guys on here and their product as they are here for OpenVox users and their support, I would not want them to get turned away from the forum because of some strong opinions held by you two (and of course you might be right) but still they are here to enhance the experience of Elastix with the use of Openvox Hardware and are not bashing other brands in any way, so what Im saying is cant we all just get along. ;). Just my two cents half off.
 

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Guys I am pretty sure all the cards out there are manufactured in China or somewhere around there, they might be assembled in other locations such as Canada etc, but the components are made over there, I have not used OpenVox as of yet, but want to try a T1 card, and to Dicko and Fernando I have great respect for you guys but just because you feel strongly about your products you should not bash these two guys on here and their product as they are here for OpenVox users and their support, I would not want them to get turned away from the forum because of some strong opinions held by you two (and of course you might be right) but still they are here to enhance the experience of Elastix with the use of Openvox Hardware and are not bashing other brands in any way, so what Im saying is cant we all just get along. ;). Just my two cents half off.
 

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hi men i respect totally you opinion but as i said before...sangoma supports me...openvox never gave me cards to try never gave me support even when 2 years ago i asked them to test their cards and support in the field...so my opinion is final...this type of sponsors only have one chance with me...they have blown up the oportunity ....and i IMHO prefer quality over budget...just my only opinion as always with respect to anyone
 

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Thats true, cmon Joe and James you guys should sponsor the next Elastix training and send some cards out there way, trust me 6-10 cards and a good word sells a lot more cards. good luck.
 

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Hi Rollinsolo, thanks for your support to OpenVox. We are the first one to provide cards support to Elastix official trianing and we are doing this all the time. Maybe they will release a news press to our community to show how much we've been done to support them.

Best Regards,
Belief
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