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Pika to SIP Gateway

Hello.  I'm totally new to these boxes but I was told I would be able to hook them into our old Pika Montecarlo cards so I can use our legacy applications with VoIP providers.  I've read around the documentation about the SIP to PRI, but haven't had any success.  What I basically need to do is configure 2 PRIs for each box that will send calls down a SIP trunk as well as take calls from a different SIP trunk and send the calls down the PRI.  The PRI would be connected directly to my Pika card (do I need a crossover for this?  I've tried it both ways with my configs and neither has worked so far) and the outbound SIP calls will use a proxy (OpenSIPs).  I play to have the box on a public IP, so no NAT is needed.  I'm hoping to limit access by ACL.

Any suggestions or documentation you can direct me to for this type of config?

Thanks,

Dan

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Re: Pika to SIP Gateway

Dan, can you reply with the config as you have it now so I can get a better idea of what you were attempting and where you might be going wrong? Thanks

Jay

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Re: Pika to SIP Gateway

Certainly. See Attached.

I've followed a few documents and a video I found, but the PRI to my Pika card never comes up. We have PRIs from carriers here, and they do come up although I never set up the VoIP part nor did I do any test calls. But the Pika PRIs don't come up at all.

Thanks,

Dan

dan@lifecorp.com

817-273-5565

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Re: Pika to SIP Gateway

Dan, if the PRI isn't coming up at all, there's something more basic that's being missed. The config for the T1 aspect looks correct assuming it's a full T1 and that the switch types and roles are set to match your PBX. I would suggest opening a ticket with support so you can get someone on the phone for a little more detail and back and forth on your existing setup. Thanks

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Re: Pika to SIP Gateway

Dan,

   Maybe it's not needed on code that old but I do not see "timing-source" command in your config which could prevent the T1 from coming up.  You also do not have any accept statements in your grouped-trunk PRI. 

Timing source should be something similar to the following:

!

timing-source t1 0/3

!

timing-source internal secondary

!

Grouped-Trunk PRI Should have accept statements for calls you want to allow into that trunk.  I list the customer DIDs to help control fraudulent calls replace MXX-XXXX below with actual numbers.

voice grouped-trunk PRI

  trunk T02

  accept MXX-XXXX cost 0

John Wable

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