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AudioCodes MP-252 bw login user name and password ?


Yes. Log in with user name, password, bank account number, Credit card number and password used at the bank, Name, address of yours, date of birth, name of bank.
Give all the details with ease.

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MP-264 modem. Does it have battery backup?


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Factory username and password for audiocodes mp264?


the dodo gohub (mp264) has been locked down by dodo. Resetting the device will give you the audiocodes login and password. I remember telling the guy at dodo who state I needed to use the login they provided, which loaded a page saying I had used my 2tb on my plan (wtf?). so I reset the modem and it worked fine. You would need to flash the modem with stock firmware from audiocodes to unlock the modem. From what I was told and from what I've found, dodo uses a "tagged" service, so the only way to use another modem/router is as an access point. I would look for audiocodes mp264 unlock firmware on Google (currently doing the same lol). I know iinet will work with 3rd party "nbn" ready modem/routers. Another alternative would be to look for a 2nd hand "nbn/fibre ready modem/router (I came close to selling mine when I found out it wouldn't work with dodo. will post again if I find the firmware unlock

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I would like to connect an audiocodes mp 114 fxs to an Avaya Communications manager. The problem is Call sets up but no audio is heard. I also can not get the gateway to register with the avaya aura Ses...


Are you able to get a Wireshark trace from a mirror port of incoming/outgoing traffic for that MP? that way SIP session and RTP (audio) session can be analyzed and issue pinpointed. If no audio is arriving into MP no audio is expected to go out, if audio IS being delivered from the MP to the network, MP is doing its job. If audio IS getting into MP from network but no audio goes out further debug should be made, also if no audio is being delivered from MP to the network.

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Pls how can i reset my audiocode mp-118 back to factory deffault. because i have try to look for the latest firmware on www.audiocode.com in order to upgrade it. unfortunately i didnt find any.


First of all unplug the network cable.
Then take a pin or a needle and insert it into the pin whole which is intended for reset. Insert the pin inside the pin whole and press at least for 6 seconds. All the LEDs (Light emitting diodes) or the tiny lights will glow brighter while the reset button is being pressed by the pin. The device will reset. After reset the red LED may start to blink bright.Be careful and be patient as all the LEDs are normal before you plug in the network cable.

Good Luck!

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AudioCodes MP-11R/2FXS


The easiest way (if enabled) is to use the voice menu as if you would assign a new IP to the device.

  1. Connect a telephone to one of the FXS ports. Lift the handset and dial ***12345 (three stars followed by the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).
  2. Wait for the 'configuration menu' voice prompt to be played.
  3. To change the IP address, press 1 followed by the pound key (#).
  • The current IP address of the gateway is played. Press # to change it or hang up if you don't want to change it.
  • Dial the new IP address; use the star (*) key instead of dots ("."), e.g., 192*168*0*4 and press # to finish.
  • Review the new IP address, and press 1 to save it.

Of course you can try the default IP of 10.1.10.10 if the device is set to it's default standards.

If not, you can try a network scanner like angryip (link) or network scanner (link) - this might take a long time, since the IP can be virtually anything.

If you have physical access to the device, you can also use a straight RS-232 cable to connect the AudioCodes to your PC and use HyperTerminal to connect (Baud Rate: 115,200 bps (MP-124), 9,600 bps (MP-11x), Data bits: 8, Parity: None, Stop bits: 1, Flow control: None)

If you need the manual (and it never hurts ;-) here is the link:

http://www.audiocodes.com/filehandler.ashx?fileid=36320

If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.

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My mp-114 dials 5252 when I access a line. Do you


You may have enabled the "auto dialing" feature and may have that destination configured. Please post your INI config file and I will be able to assist you further.

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AUDIOCODES MP-118 FXO


Hi, I am using Audiocodes MP-118 FXO too
Man, check the Reverse Polarity.

1st.- Go to Protocol Management
2nd.-Go to Advance Parameter
3rd.- Go to General Parameter
4th.- Go to Enable Polarity Reversal and select ENABLE
5th.- BURN and RESET

You have FAS calls, because Reverse Polarity is disable.

Lucky

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Audiocodes MP118 8 FXO early media to Freeswitch SIP extension


Hi, man.
There are many things to consider in this type of application.
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.

Lucky

Oct 06, 2008 | AudioCodes MP118 Analog Modem

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