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tazz29063
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CAS to FXS

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Can u route a call from a CAS input to a FXS port. Example; I would like to take the CAS input, which is call logging output and connect a analog voice logger through the FXS ports.

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burgermeister
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Re: CAS to FXS

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Tazz,

For simple T1/CAS to FXS (Analog to digital conversion/Dedicated Maps) you can use our Total Access 850 Modular Channel Bank/IAD, or the Total Access 600 Series Fixed-Port Channel-Banks/IAD's.  However, if you're looking for intelligent call switching (or routing T1/CAS to FXS via a Dial Plan), you'd want to look at our ATLAS 550 product.

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jayh
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Re: CAS to FXS

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You can most definitely place a call from a CAS trunk to a voice user built to an FXS port.  To the best of my knowledge you can't use an FXS port as a bridge-tap to monitor a call between a CAS trunk and another endpoint.

You might be able to use the hotline feature to nail a call up. 

It sounds like a channel bank may be your best solution here. 

tazz29063
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Re: CAS to FXS

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I'm using a Adtran TA750 now.In DPO mode I was trying to replace the 750 with the TA900 function since we do not use the Analog side of the TA900. I'll give the hotline a try

burgermeister
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Re: CAS to FXS

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Tazz,

For simple T1/CAS to FXS (Analog to digital conversion/Dedicated Maps) you can use our Total Access 850 Modular Channel Bank/IAD, or the Total Access 600 Series Fixed-Port Channel-Banks/IAD's.  However, if you're looking for intelligent call switching (or routing T1/CAS to FXS via a Dial Plan), you'd want to look at our ATLAS 550 product.

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david
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Re: CAS to FXS

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Tazz29063,

I went ahead and flagged the "Correct Answer" on this post to make it more visible and help other members of the community find solutions more easily. If you don't feel like the answer I marked was correct, feel free to come back to this post and unmark it and select another in its place with the applicable buttons.  If you still need assistance, we would be more than happy to continue working with you on this - just let us know in a reply.

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David