FreePBX and Cologne Chip Designs GmbH ISDN network controller [HFC-PCI

Dear PBX’rs!

I have recently replaced a [working] debian/lenny server with an ancient Asterisk installation with a debian/wheezy system, latest asterisk (1: and FreePBX connected to a UK BT ISDN2e line with the ‘Cologne’ ISDN card.

I have started completely from scratch and not attempted to reuse any of my old config files.

After a few hours of hacking I now have the card detected in the DAHDI module:

Span: Cologne Chips - HFC-S PCI A ISDN card 0 [TE] [1]
Alarms: OK
Framing/Coding: CCS/AMI
Signaling: pri_net

I also have a [single] working SIP extension (e.g. ‘*43’ works as an echo test)

but I’m now a little stuck as to how to proceed with trunks and in/out routes. I’ve read various forum posts from earlier this year implying that maybe this card isn’t yet fully supported in which case I’m on to a loser.

A little gentle guidance in the right direction would be very greatfully received.

Thank you,