I’ve connected Asterisk to an Avaya Definity G3 R9 pbx using a TE110P card, a T1 crossover cable, a 120A3 CSU and a TN464 DS1 card. Everything is connected with green lights all around.
I’ve created a signal group with the 24th port on the card set as the Primary D-Channel. I’ve also created a trunk group and mapped the remaining 23 ports to the trunk group.
In Asterisk, a PRI SHOW CHANNEL 1 shows:
Primary D-channel: 24
Status: Provisioned, Up, Active
A STATUS SIG 2 in Avay shows the Primary D-Channel as in-service.
A STATUS TRUNK 95 shows the ports as in-service/idle and not busy.
Here’s my problem: I can’t dial into or out of the Asterisk through the Definity.
This is going to be used exclusively for inbound IVR, but I wanted to test both. Using a soft phone I can dial in and out of Asterisk, but I can’t seem to get Avaya and Asterisk to talk.
What am I missing?
If I dial the TAC or dial straight to the port, LIST TRACE shows that the trunk is seized, so I know on the Avaya side I’m getting at least that far. But Asterisk never sees anything.
Attempting to dial out gives this message:
– Channel 1/2, span 1 got hangup
– Hungup ‘Zap/2-1’
Here’s my zaptel.conf
Here’s my zapata.conf:
trunkgroup => 1,24
group => 1,24
spanmap => 1,1,1
signalling = pri_net
channel => 1-23
I’ve tried various settings for my trunk group, but so far, nothing seems to work.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.