I am using the “Digium - Wildcard TE133”. Currently, as this is going to replace another switch, there is no T1 connected. When I place a call to the outbound route that supports the trunk, it just rings. I was expecting congestion. Is there something in the DAHDI configuration that I did not do?
Who knows what you did and didn’t do, maybe if you posted that missing info, someone might have some constructive advice. (Still no mind readers here yet )
Right, I mean what kind of a T1? Is it an ISDN PRI or some kind of channel associated signalling?
Did you try to connect a data T1 to a channelized voice adapter?
How could we possibly know with the scant information you provided.
Channels: 23/24 (T1)
Switchtype: National ISDN 2
Sync/Clock Source: 1
Line Build Out: 0 db
Receive Gain? 0.0
Transmit Gain? 0.0
Used Channels: 24 From: 1-23 Reserved: 24
Other DAHDI settings are default
For the outbound route,I set Optional Destination on Congestion to Normal Congestion.
with that configuration, in the abense of a d channel dahdi will not answer you must be getting ring back from something else. post a log
Thank you for the insight, I have an FXS cards and the ports were set to group 0 also, so it was placing a call on the first FXS port (nothing is hooked up presently). I changed the FXS group to 1. Would this cause any problems? I only have the T1 and FXS card in the system.
For very basic questions you should start by reading through the wiki a few times.