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seeking paid support asterisk/AT&T Definity G3 integration

Discussion in 'Help' started by tbooth, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. tbooth

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    I have a client with an old AT&T Definity G3 with 3 PRI's coming into location (A ) with another single cabinet at location (B ), there is a point to point in between sites. We are looking to replace location (B ) with asterisk to add call center functionality to location (B )
    The goal here is to tie together the G3 to asterisk and still 4 digit dialing in between both sites.
    Location (A's) G3 will be replaced in about 6 months to completely replace the entire G3 and then also add a location (C )

    All of my asterisk installs have been with POTS lines and VOIP. I have no experience with PRI/T1's and looking to pay for support on this project. If anyone here has done this type of integration please let me know if your interested ASAP.

    Many Thanks
     
  2. parker

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    I've done lots of T1's and some PRI's/BRI's/ISDN's. It's not difficult, really. I should think the asterisk integration itself would be much more challenging than the inter- and intra-location circuits...
     
  3. kenn10

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    Tim, there are a lot of ways a G3 can be integrated; depending on what the current setup is.

    1) Is location B a separate single carrier switch, or a remote cabinet of the central G3?

    2) Is the central switch a G3si or a G3r? Big difference.

    3) Does the G3 currently have Uniform Dial Plan (UDP) licensed on it so the 4-digit dialing is facilitated? Would not be currently necessary to customer if location B is a remote node off central switch.

    I'm ex-Avaya so I know a bit about the G3 product line.
     

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