[Freeswitch-users] T1/E1 card
msc at freeswitch.org
Fri Nov 14 10:01:35 PST 2008
I recommend talking to s3g_fault on the #openzap channel. He is very clever
and helped me get over the hump with a Sangoma A104D card. The FS community
definitely needs comprehensive documentation for getting all of this stuff
set up and I promise that I will work on it all but I won't have any time
for at least another month or so. Hang in there... :)
On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 9:57 AM, Mitul Limbani <mitul at enterux.com> wrote:
> Hi mike,
> I had tried getting sangoma card over freeswitch using openzap overlay
> on zaptel but I used to get seg fault. Any help on getting that
> working would result in me writing a howto and including that in our
> beginning an affair with freeswitch book too.
> I tried making it work on e1 pri in India.
> Mitul Limbani,
> Founder & CEO,
> Enterux Solutions Pvt Ltd,
> The Enterprise Linux Company(r),
> On 14-Nov-08, at 21:25, Michael S Collins <msc at freeswitch.org> wrote:
> > Deepak,
> > I've personally used T1 cards from Sangoma, Rhino, and
> > PBXHardware.com. They all work well. If this is a production system
> > then you're best off with Pika or Sangoma.
> > Note: CAS hasn't been tested thoroughly so you're going to be a bit of
> > a pioneer. I will be jumping into the fray of CAS/RBS in a month or
> > so. I'm definitely interested in hearing about your experiences.
> > Be sure to join #openzap on irc.freenode.net if you want to discuss
> > your setup in a real time chat.
> > -MC
> > Sent from my iPhone
> > On Nov 14, 2008, at 6:56 AM, Deepak <dlalmtl at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hi I am planning to use a T1 card w/ Freeswitch and intend to use
> >> CAS (Robbed bit). Can someone please guide me as to what the best
> >> card/vendor would be. From what I can see three vendors support FS:
> >> Pika
> >> Sangoma
> >> Digium
> >> Any suggestion would be appreciated. I intend to use 4 or 8 T1 on a
> >> single card.
> >> Thanks in advance
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