Line drops when calling pstn number through voxalot.com
I've registered my voxalot (www.voxalot.com) account in my dph80. I'm able to call my voxalot contacts, using their voxalot numbers and have a conversation as long as I like, without any trouble. when calling my pstn contacts with the dph80, by making use of a vsp, which I registered in Voxalot, there's a problem. The line drops as soon as the call is picked up from the other side. When my voxalot account is registered in my pap2t, I can call my pstn contacts and have a conversation. My sip configuration details in the dph80: user name: xxxxxx (my 6 digit voxalot number) pasw: ******** (my voxalot passw) phone number: xxxxxx (my 6 digit voxalot number) phone port: 5060 proxy server address: 126.96.36.199 proxy server port: 5060 domain name: voxalot.com outbound proxy address: 188.8.131.52 expiration time (in sec): 3600
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do you have DSL broadband where the broadband is on the phone line. Did you install ADSL line filters to all your phone lines ?
Also check that there are no diversions set up on your phone line to another phone number. (I have been caught with this one in the past)
I do not know your phone system in Australia it would be #21# from memory to cancel diversion
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when calling from PSTN to IP using analog lines from time to time you will have this type of event, I suggest working with H323 protocol, this will tone down a bit your problem. If you want optimum performance, you should use a DID with the channels you need and address to your PBX SIP FreeSwitch. The DIDs are cheaper and are digital which eliminates random connectivity problems in the incoming call. Once you have directed the DID you tell your server to transfer the call to the IVR using your internal dialing plan.
You can change the number of rings before the fax machine can pick up. Three is usually a good number. You would have to pickup the phone on the first two rings.
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