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ALERT Grandstream UCM6100 PBX

Discussion in 'Bug Reporting and Fixes' started by wardmundy, Jul 19, 2013.

  1. wardmundy

    wardmundy Nerd Uno

  2. krzykat

    krzykat Guru

    Only if the how-to tells me how to put PIAF on it :banghead:
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  3. wardmundy

    wardmundy Nerd Uno

    I'd give mine to Tom to "improve" but I'm still playing. The good news: :santa: is just around the corner.

    P.S. Found a couple of bugs that you may wish to review before you upgrade. I've gone back to the previous release.
  4. krzykat

    krzykat Guru

    If you get it working, you need to have GS pay you for the increase in sales that I guarantee they will see from that. Maybe get them to do a branding for PIAF and put some money into the PIAF development pot. Or at the minimum have PIAF be a master distributor and do it that way :)
  5. wardmundy

    wardmundy Nerd Uno

    Just wanted to document how to get sip2sip.info INBOUND ONLY working with the UCM6100. You'll need an OBi202 for openers.

    Outbound calling through sip2sip.info doesn't work unfortunately because sip2sip expects a SIP URI call in the following format: 223XXXXXXX@sip2sip.info, and there's no way to do that on the UCM6100 presently.

    In the OBi GUI Setup, you have to set a Service Provider ITSP Profile C (you can use any of the available letters) and a Voice Service SP3 (use any you wish).

    For the ITSP Profile C General:
    Add 223.| to the beginning of the DigitMap
    Add sip2sip as the Name (in both places)
    For ITSP Profile C SIP Settings:
    ProxyServer = sip2sip.info
    OutboundProxy = proxy.sipthor.net
    For Voice Services SP3 Service:
    X_AcceptResync=with authentication
    UCM6100 Setup goes like this...

    For inbound calling, you'll first need to set up an Analog Trunk for the OBi. We used Channel 1 and called it OBi.

    Next, set up an Inbound Route for your OBi Analog Trunk and point it to some extension, IVR, etc.

    For grins, you can set up an Outbound Route (but it won't work as of this firmware). The trick here is to use a dial prefix (7,8,9, whatever) and then Strip off 1 digit. For OBi calls, you also need a Prepend (in our example, it would be **3 to tell the OBi to dial out through the SP3 service). The dial string should be 7223NXXXXXX where 7 is the dial prefix.

    After you Apply Changes, you should be able to receive calls from other sip2sip numbers or from your sip2sip URI.
  6. jmcman

    jmcman Guru

    Technical webinar is about to start... Should be interesting! :eek:
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  7. jmcman

    jmcman Guru

    OK, it's just been the basics. Nothing new, kids! :beatdeadhorse5:

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