MVP810 / MVP110 setup example:MVP810 (software version 6.03) is a local IP
Chanels 1-6 = FXO
Channels 7-8 = FXS
All default parameters.
Phonebook Outgoing, sequence definition = 8, destination is a local IP (for testing purposes, an MVP110)
MVP110 (software version 7.52 H.323) is a local IP
Channel (1, FXS)
All default parameters, installed as H.323.
Phonebook Outgoing, sequence definition (remove prefix) 2, add prefix 2, destination IP is a local IP (for testing purposes, the MVP810)
An analog phone connected to this unit.
When I connect an analog phone to the MVP810's port # 7 or 8 and lift up the handset, I get a dial tone. However, when I dial 8, there's a 2-second pause then a fast soft busy tone. On the MVP110, the connection or handshake LEDs illuminate indicating (I believe) that it is receiving the rquest from the MVP810.
The MVP810's ports 1-6 are connected to extension ports of my PBX (Nortel, through analog terminal adapters). My extensions are 3-digit commencing with 2. When I lift up the phone on the MV110 I get a dial tone. When I dial a 3- digit extension of my PBX (any, for example, 223), Extension 223 of my PBX rings fine, and I can carry out a perfect conversation.
My reasoning for the MVP810 channels 1-6 as FXO and 7-8 as FXS is that I am unable to dial touchtones on my PBX beyond the 3-digit extension number, therefore (in FXO mode) when I attempt to reach the remote MVP110 through an extension on my PBX I get a dial tone but I'm unable to go further without touchtones, and thus my intention of connecting the MVP810's ports 7-8 on the PSTN Lines side of my PBX.
Here is what you need to modify on both phone book of the 6.03 and 7.52a software.
Outbound phone book
destination pattern 110
total digits 3
IP address of the MVP110
select H.323 protocol
scroll down and put a check on MVP110/120/200/400/800
Inbound phone book
remove prefix 810
channel number 1
remove prefix 811
channel number 2
remove prefix 812
channel number 3
remove prefix 813
channel number 4
remove prefix 814
channel number 5
remove prefix 815
channel number 6
remove prefix 816
channel number 7
remove prefix 817
channel number 8
110 IP address of the MVP110 Channel 1
810 IP address of the MVP810 Channel 1
811 IP address of the MVP810 Channel 2
812 IP address of the MVP810 Channel 3
813 IP address of the MVP810 Channel 4
814 IP address of the MVP810 Channel 5
815 IP address of the MVP810 Channel 6
816 IP address of the MVP810 Channel 7
817 IP address of the MVP810 Channel 8
Make sure auto call is not enabled on the voips. Also, the voips must have the same voice coder for all channels.
When you pick up the phone on the MVP110, you will get a dial tone, dial phone number 816 and 817 will ring on the phones on channels 7 and 8. If dialing phone numbers 810-815, you will get a second dial tone from your PBX on the MVP810, then you may dial any extension numbers on the PBX.
From the MVP810 to the MVP110, you pick up the telephones on channels 7 and 8, get local dial tone, then dial 110 to ring the phone set on the MVP110. You may also dial the extension numbers for channels 1-6, get a local dial tone, then dial 110 as well.