Started by jrinco11, April 15, 2011, 12:23:24 AM
Quote from: LeftRight on April 20, 2011, 09:13:25 AMOne more thing you might try is to connect your FXO port to FXS port using a telephone line (like the one coming with the package), then, open the PHONE and LINE status page, and see if you can read TipRingVoltage. This way, the line voltage is provided by OBi110 itself, and it should guarantee you FXO port sense a voltage around -45 V if the unit is not defective.If you have a line splitter, you can also connect both a regular telephone and FXO port to your FXS port, then, make a call into your SP1/OBiTALK, your phone will ring, so does your LINE port. Open PHONE and LINE status page again, you should see the LINE port state becomes "ringing". If both 2 steps go well, then, we can look ahead to see why UK BS 6312 does not work with the LINE port
Quote from: elminakid on April 20, 2011, 11:12:11 AMJRINCO11Im setting up a OBI for my inlaws in London. Reading ur forum msg I thought u might be able to help me. I have SP1 set to GV and looking for a local VOIP provider local to london, so I can call using their obi to call other friends. SO questions is do u know of any local providers(sip) and also did u have issues calling the US via GV.
Quote from: jrinco11 on April 20, 2011, 12:04:52 PMUnfortunately, I don't have a line splitter, so I won't be able to test that unless I pick one up tomorrow (it's 8pm here and everything closes at like 5...::sigh:.
Quote from: jrinco11 on April 28, 2011, 03:12:37 AMthanks CelticComms, however, now when I dial from my phone (**, it rings once, disconnects, and I get a dial tone. My guess is that the double ring from UK dialed numbers is getting interpreted as a disconnect tone or something. Could this be due to using the wrong value for DisconnectTonePattern? (it currently has 480-30,620-30;10;(.25+.25) in there now)