Discussion:
Red Alarm TE420 with E1s - R2
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Roger C. Beraldi Martins
2007-12-03 15:14:56 UTC
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Dear members of the list,

I have difficulties to obtain sync with a Digium TE420 PCI Express
For four entries E1, In my case I am with only 3 E1s available to
configure. The
telephony operator is BrasilTelecom and Signaling is R2 Digital.

The information I have is that are E1s with 32 channels, not have
sure. My settings
Have been based on the link reference:
Http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk + MFC + R2

I am using zaptel - 1.4.4 on a CentOS 5, which already build all packages
The libunicall ( src.rpm-> rpm) I want to use when the board to stop
giving me red alert.
The lib chan_unicall.so is already available on the asterisk as my
settings, but my problem is before the asterisk, I think.

Below is the configuration of zaptel and get information that the
module Zaptel (wct4xxp):

The first three spans are configured (and connected to modens) but
I am getting RED in zttool (end on the board leds) the fourth are not
configured (commented).
My suspicion is the cable RJ45 which did not (else one did), The
baluns conversion are cisco.

First question, as I am sure that the cables are correctly (RJ45)
Built (Digium == RJ45 == balun === modem)?
A cable network standard micro / switch work?

May have a problem in my settings zaptel.conf?

Thank you for the help and attention ...


cat /etc/zaptel.conf

-------

# MFC/R2 does not normally use CRC4
loadzone = br
defaultzone = br

span=1,1,0,cas,hdb3
span=2,0,0,cas,hdb3
span=3,0,0,cas,hdb3
#span=4,0,0,cas,hdb3

cas=1-15:1101
cas=17-31:1101

cas=32-46:1101
cas=48-62:1101

cas=63-77:1101
cas=79-93:1101

-----------

cat /proc/zaptel/*

-----------

Span 1: TE4/0/1 "T4XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 1" HDB3/ RED

1 TE4/0/1/1 CAS (In use)
2 TE4/0/1/2 CAS (In use)
3 TE4/0/1/3 CAS (In use)
4 TE4/0/1/4 CAS (In use)
5 TE4/0/1/5 CAS (In use)
6 TE4/0/1/6 CAS (In use)
7 TE4/0/1/7 CAS (In use)
8 TE4/0/1/8 CAS (In use)
9 TE4/0/1/9 CAS (In use)
10 TE4/0/1/10 CAS (In use)
11 TE4/0/1/11 CAS (In use)
12 TE4/0/1/12 CAS (In use)
13 TE4/0/1/13 CAS (In use)
14 TE4/0/1/14 CAS (In use)
15 TE4/0/1/15 CAS (In use)
16 TE4/0/1/16
17 TE4/0/1/17 CAS (In use)
18 TE4/0/1/18 CAS (In use)
19 TE4/0/1/19 CAS (In use)
20 TE4/0/1/20 CAS (In use)
21 TE4/0/1/21 CAS (In use)
22 TE4/0/1/22 CAS (In use)
23 TE4/0/1/23 CAS (In use)
24 TE4/0/1/24 CAS (In use)

Span 2: TE4/0/2 "T4XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 2" HDB3/ RED


25 TE4/0/2/1 CAS (In use)
26 TE4/0/2/2 CAS (In use)
27 TE4/0/2/3 CAS (In use)
28 TE4/0/2/4 CAS (In use)
29 TE4/0/2/5 CAS (In use)
30 TE4/0/2/6 CAS (In use)
31 TE4/0/2/7 CAS (In use)
32 TE4/0/2/8 CAS (In use)
33 TE4/0/2/9 CAS (In use)
34 TE4/0/2/10 CAS (In use)
35 TE4/0/2/11 CAS (In use)
36 TE4/0/2/12 CAS (In use)
37 TE4/0/2/13 CAS (In use)
38 TE4/0/2/14 CAS (In use)
39 TE4/0/2/15 CAS (In use)
40 TE4/0/2/16 CAS (In use)
41 TE4/0/2/17 CAS (In use)
42 TE4/0/2/18 CAS (In use)
43 TE4/0/2/19 CAS (In use)
44 TE4/0/2/20 CAS (In use)
45 TE4/0/2/21 CAS (In use)
46 TE4/0/2/22 CAS (In use)
47 TE4/0/2/23
48 TE4/0/2/24 CAS (In use)

Span 3: TE4/0/3 "T4XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 3" HDB3/ RED

49 TE4/0/3/1 CAS (In use)
50 TE4/0/3/2 CAS (In use)
51 TE4/0/3/3 CAS (In use)
52 TE4/0/3/4 CAS (In use)
53 TE4/0/3/5 CAS (In use)
54 TE4/0/3/6 CAS (In use)
55 TE4/0/3/7 CAS (In use)
56 TE4/0/3/8 CAS (In use)
57 TE4/0/3/9 CAS (In use)
58 TE4/0/3/10 CAS (In use)
59 TE4/0/3/11 CAS (In use)
60 TE4/0/3/12 CAS (In use)
61 TE4/0/3/13 CAS (In use)
62 TE4/0/3/14 CAS (In use)
63 TE4/0/3/15 CAS (In use)
64 TE4/0/3/16 CAS (In use)
65 TE4/0/3/17 CAS (In use)
66 TE4/0/3/18 CAS (In use)
67 TE4/0/3/19 CAS (In use)
68 TE4/0/3/20 CAS (In use)
69 TE4/0/3/21 CAS (In use)
70 TE4/0/3/22 CAS (In use)
71 TE4/0/3/23 CAS (In use)
72 TE4/0/3/24 CAS (In use)

Span 4: TE4/0/4 "T4XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 4"

73 TE4/0/4/1 CAS (In use)
74 TE4/0/4/2 CAS (In use)
75 TE4/0/4/3 CAS (In use)
76 TE4/0/4/4 CAS (In use)
77 TE4/0/4/5 CAS (In use)
78 TE4/0/4/6
79 TE4/0/4/7 CAS (In use)
80 TE4/0/4/8 CAS (In use)
81 TE4/0/4/9 CAS (In use)
82 TE4/0/4/10 CAS (In use)
83 TE4/0/4/11 CAS (In use)
84 TE4/0/4/12 CAS (In use)
85 TE4/0/4/13 CAS (In use)
86 TE4/0/4/14 CAS (In use)
87 TE4/0/4/15 CAS (In use)
88 TE4/0/4/16 CAS (In use)
89 TE4/0/4/17 CAS (In use)
90 TE4/0/4/18 CAS (In use)
91 TE4/0/4/19 CAS (In use)
92 TE4/0/4/20 CAS (In use)
93 TE4/0/4/21 CAS (In use)
94 TE4/0/4/22
95 TE4/0/4/23
96 TE4/0/4/24

-----------

ztcfg -vv

Zaptel Version: 1.4.4
Echo Canceller: MG2
Configuration
======================

SPAN 1: CAS/HDB3 Build-out: 0 db (CSU)/0-133 feet (DSX-1)
SPAN 2: CAS/HDB3 Build-out: 0 db (CSU)/0-133 feet (DSX-1)
SPAN 3: CAS/HDB3 Build-out: 0 db (CSU)/0-133 feet (DSX-1)

Channel map:

Channel 01: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 01)
Channel 02: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 02)
Channel 03: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 03)
Channel 04: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 04)
Channel 05: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 05)
Channel 06: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 06)
Channel 07: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 07)
Channel 08: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 08)
Channel 09: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 09)
Channel 10: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 10)
Channel 11: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 11)
Channel 12: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 12)
Channel 13: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 13)
Channel 14: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 14)
Channel 15: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 15)
Channel 17: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 17)
Channel 18: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 18)
Channel 19: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 19)
Channel 20: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 20)
Channel 21: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 21)
Channel 22: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 22)
Channel 23: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 23)
Channel 24: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 24)
Channel 25: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 25)
Channel 26: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 26)
Channel 27: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 27)
Channel 28: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 28)
Channel 29: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 29)
Channel 30: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 30)
Channel 31: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 31)
Channel 32: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 32)
Channel 33: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 33)
Channel 34: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 34)
Channel 35: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 35)
Channel 36: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 36)
Channel 37: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 37)
Channel 38: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 38)
Channel 39: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 39)
Channel 40: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 40)
Channel 41: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 41)
Channel 42: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 42)
Channel 43: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 43)
Channel 44: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 44)
Channel 45: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 45)
Channel 46: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 46)
Channel 48: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 48)
Channel 49: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 49)
Channel 50: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 50)
Channel 51: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 51)
Channel 52: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 52)
Channel 53: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 53)
Channel 54: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 54)
Channel 55: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 55)
Channel 56: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 56)
Channel 57: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 57)
Channel 58: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 58)
Channel 59: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 59)
Channel 60: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 60)
Channel 61: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 61)
Channel 62: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 62)
Channel 63: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 63)
Channel 64: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 64)
Channel 65: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 65)
Channel 66: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 66)
Channel 67: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 67)
Channel 68: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 68)
Channel 69: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 69)
Channel 70: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 70)
Channel 71: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 71)
Channel 72: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 72)
Channel 73: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 73)
Channel 74: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 74)
Channel 75: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 75)
Channel 76: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 76)
Channel 77: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 77)
Channel 79: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 79)
Channel 80: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 80)
Channel 81: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 81)
Channel 82: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 82)
Channel 83: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 83)
Channel 84: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 84)
Channel 85: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 85)
Channel 86: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 86)
Channel 87: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 87)
Channel 88: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 88)
Channel 89: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 89)
Channel 90: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 90)
Channel 91: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 91)
Channel 92: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 92)
Channel 93: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 93)
--
Atenciosamente,

Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Fone: 41-8828-7068
Richard Lyman
2007-12-03 16:41:48 UTC
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Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Dear members of the list,
I have difficulties to obtain sync with a Digium TE420 PCI Express
For four entries E1, In my case I am with only 3 E1s available to
configure. The
telephony operator is BrasilTelecom and Signaling is R2 Digital.
*snipped
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
The first three spans are configured (and connected to modens) but
I am getting RED in zttool (end on the board leds) the fourth are not
configured (commented).
*snipped
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
cat /etc/zaptel.conf
-------
# MFC/R2 does not normally use CRC4
loadzone = br
defaultzone = br
span=1,1,0,cas,hdb3
span=2,0,0,cas,hdb3
span=3,0,0,cas,hdb3
#span=4,0,0,cas,hdb3
cas=1-15:1101
cas=17-31:1101
cas=32-46:1101
cas=48-62:1101
cas=63-77:1101
cas=79-93:1101
use 'unused' to for remaining channels for that 4th span.

*snipped

you should always define all the 'spans', and just disable them via
'unused', vice only partially configuring the card.

this may not be your cause (i guess the cable), but at least you can
test this without having to hunt down/make a new cable.

goodluck
Roger C. Beraldi Martins
2007-12-03 17:39:45 UTC
Permalink
Richard,

so I sould use 'unused' for de 4th span, but I don't find information
about how do this
configuration. I think it's something like this:

span=4,0,0,unused

that's it ? What do you think ?

If it's dosn't work I will check for de cable buildings.

Thank you for your help !
Post by Richard Lyman
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Dear members of the list,
I have difficulties to obtain sync with a Digium TE420 PCI Express
For four entries E1, In my case I am with only 3 E1s available to
configure. The
telephony operator is BrasilTelecom and Signaling is R2 Digital.
*snipped
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
The first three spans are configured (and connected to modens) but
I am getting RED in zttool (end on the board leds) the fourth are not
configured (commented).
*snipped
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
cat /etc/zaptel.conf
-------
# MFC/R2 does not normally use CRC4
loadzone = br
defaultzone = br
span=1,1,0,cas,hdb3
span=2,0,0,cas,hdb3
span=3,0,0,cas,hdb3
#span=4,0,0,cas,hdb3
cas=1-15:1101
cas=17-31:1101
cas=32-46:1101
cas=48-62:1101
cas=63-77:1101
cas=79-93:1101
use 'unused' to for remaining channels for that 4th span.
*snipped
you should always define all the 'spans', and just disable them via
'unused', vice only partially configuring the card.
this may not be your cause (i guess the cable), but at least you can
test this without having to hunt down/make a new cable.
goodluck
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Richard Lyman
2007-12-03 18:06:56 UTC
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#span=4,0,0,cas,hdb3

^ uncomment that

and

cas=1-15:1101
cas=17-31:1101

cas=32-46:1101
cas=48-62:1101

cas=63-77:1101
cas=79-93:1101

unused=94-124 #whatever your ending is
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Richard,
so I sould use 'unused' for de 4th span, but I don't find information
about how do this
span=4,0,0,unused
that's it ? What do you think ?
If it's dosn't work I will check for de cable buildings.
Thank you for your help !
Post by Richard Lyman
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Dear members of the list,
I have difficulties to obtain sync with a Digium TE420 PCI Express
For four entries E1, In my case I am with only 3 E1s available to
configure. The
telephony operator is BrasilTelecom and Signaling is R2 Digital.
*snipped
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
The first three spans are configured (and connected to modens) but
I am getting RED in zttool (end on the board leds) the fourth are not
configured (commented).
*snipped
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
cat /etc/zaptel.conf
-------
# MFC/R2 does not normally use CRC4
loadzone = br
defaultzone = br
span=1,1,0,cas,hdb3
span=2,0,0,cas,hdb3
span=3,0,0,cas,hdb3
#span=4,0,0,cas,hdb3
cas=1-15:1101
cas=17-31:1101
cas=32-46:1101
cas=48-62:1101
cas=63-77:1101
cas=79-93:1101
use 'unused' to for remaining channels for that 4th span.
*snipped
you should always define all the 'spans', and just disable them via
'unused', vice only partially configuring the card.
this may not be your cause (i guess the cable), but at least you can
test this without having to hunt down/make a new cable.
goodluck
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Roger C. Beraldi Martins
2007-12-03 18:40:06 UTC
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Richard,

Thanks understood I will use this configurations for de last span. But
I think the Carlos Chávez are right about this. I realy forgot to put
jumpers to set E1 mode in TE420 card, if it's come with the jumpers
open (and I believe this) probably this is the problem.

I don't know what parameter must be put on the module load to make
card up in E1 mode, then tomorrow I will have physical access on the
card and I will put all jumpers closed.

Thanks to all again, then I write with the result.
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
#span=4,0,0,cas,hdb3
^ uncomment that
and
cas=1-15:1101
cas=17-31:1101
cas=32-46:1101
cas=48-62:1101
cas=63-77:1101
cas=79-93:1101
unused=94-124 #whatever your ending is
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Richard,
so I sould use 'unused' for de 4th span, but I don't find information
about how do this
span=4,0,0,unused
that's it ? What do you think ?
If it's dosn't work I will check for de cable buildings.
Thank you for your help !
Post by Richard Lyman
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Dear members of the list,
I have difficulties to obtain sync with a Digium TE420 PCI Express
For four entries E1, In my case I am with only 3 E1s available to
configure. The
telephony operator is BrasilTelecom and Signaling is R2 Digital.
*snipped
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
The first three spans are configured (and connected to modens) but
I am getting RED in zttool (end on the board leds) the fourth are not
configured (commented).
*snipped
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
cat /etc/zaptel.conf
-------
# MFC/R2 does not normally use CRC4
loadzone = br
defaultzone = br
span=1,1,0,cas,hdb3
span=2,0,0,cas,hdb3
span=3,0,0,cas,hdb3
#span=4,0,0,cas,hdb3
cas=1-15:1101
cas=17-31:1101
cas=32-46:1101
cas=48-62:1101
cas=63-77:1101
cas=79-93:1101
use 'unused' to for remaining channels for that 4th span.
*snipped
you should always define all the 'spans', and just disable them via
'unused', vice only partially configuring the card.
this may not be your cause (i guess the cable), but at least you can
test this without having to hunt down/make a new cable.
goodluck
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Tilghman Lesher
2007-12-03 20:11:46 UTC
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Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Thanks understood I will use this configurations for de last span. But
I think the Carlos Chávez are right about this. I realy forgot to put
jumpers to set E1 mode in TE420 card, if it's come with the jumpers
open (and I believe this) probably this is the problem.
I don't know what parameter must be put on the module load to make
card up in E1 mode, then tomorrow I will have physical access on the
card and I will put all jumpers closed.
modprobe wct4xxp t1e1override=15

t1e1override is a bitwise parameter, 0 being all T1, 15 being all E1 and
numbers in between as different combinations of T1 and E1 for the various
ports.
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Philipp Kempgen
2007-12-03 20:56:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by Tilghman Lesher
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Thanks understood I will use this configurations for de last span. But
I think the Carlos Chávez are right about this. I realy forgot to put
jumpers to set E1 mode in TE420 card, if it's come with the jumpers
open (and I believe this) probably this is the problem.
I don't know what parameter must be put on the module load to make
card up in E1 mode, then tomorrow I will have physical access on the
card and I will put all jumpers closed.
modprobe wct4xxp t1e1override=15
t1e1override is a bitwise parameter, 0 being all T1, 15 being all E1 and
numbers in between as different combinations of T1 and E1 for the various
ports.
afaik you need to make this change permanent by setting
it in /etc/default/zaptel (Debian and CentOS) resp.
/etc/sysconfig/zaptel (CentOS).

MODULES="$MODULES wct4xxp" # TE4xxP - Quad Span T1/E1 Card
wct4xxp_ARGS="t1e1override=15" # Additional parameters for TE4xxP driver


Regards,
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Tzafrir Cohen
2007-12-04 07:49:09 UTC
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Post by Philipp Kempgen
Post by Tilghman Lesher
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Thanks understood I will use this configurations for de last span. But
I think the Carlos Chávez are right about this. I realy forgot to put
jumpers to set E1 mode in TE420 card, if it's come with the jumpers
open (and I believe this) probably this is the problem.
I don't know what parameter must be put on the module load to make
card up in E1 mode, then tomorrow I will have physical access on the
card and I will put all jumpers closed.
modprobe wct4xxp t1e1override=15
t1e1override is a bitwise parameter, 0 being all T1, 15 being all E1 and
numbers in between as different combinations of T1 and E1 for the various
ports.
afaik you need to make this change permanent by setting
it in /etc/default/zaptel (Debian and CentOS) resp.
/etc/sysconfig/zaptel (CentOS).
MODULES="$MODULES wct4xxp" # TE4xxP - Quad Span T1/E1 Card
wct4xxp_ARGS="t1e1override=15" # Additional parameters for TE4xxP driver
No. The proper way to set module parameters is in /etc/modprobe.conf or
in a file under /etc/modprobe.d (depending what your distribution uses .
modprobe of 2.6 can use either). Put there the line:

options wct4xxp t1e1override=15

I hope noone still uses 2.4 nowadays but there are some equivalent files
for the 2.4 modutils.

That hack of the zaptel init.d script means that if you just run
'modprobe wct4xxp' those arguments are not used. Which is why I
recommend noone to use it.

In fact, I'd like to deprecate it for exactly that reason.
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Philipp Kempgen
2007-12-04 14:36:19 UTC
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Post by Tzafrir Cohen
Post by Philipp Kempgen
Post by Tilghman Lesher
modprobe wct4xxp t1e1override=15
t1e1override is a bitwise parameter, 0 being all T1, 15 being all E1 and
numbers in between as different combinations of T1 and E1 for the various
ports.
afaik you need to make this change permanent by setting
it in /etc/default/zaptel (Debian and CentOS) resp.
/etc/sysconfig/zaptel (CentOS).
MODULES="$MODULES wct4xxp" # TE4xxP - Quad Span T1/E1 Card
wct4xxp_ARGS="t1e1override=15" # Additional parameters for TE4xxP driver
No. The proper way to set module parameters is in /etc/modprobe.conf or
in a file under /etc/modprobe.d (depending what your distribution uses .
options wct4xxp t1e1override=15
I hope noone still uses 2.4 nowadays but there are some equivalent files
for the 2.4 modutils.
That hack of the zaptel init.d script means that if you just run
'modprobe wct4xxp' those arguments are not used. Which is why I
recommend noone to use it.
In fact, I'd like to deprecate it for exactly that reason.
So what I said wasn't plain wrong. (In fact it works.)
It just might not be the best solution.

If it shouldn't be used there should be a note about this in
/etc/default/zaptel. The example invites people to actually
use it. How can they know that the example is considered
"bad practice"?

Regards,
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Philipp Kempgen
2007-12-04 14:44:54 UTC
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Post by Tzafrir Cohen
The proper way to set module parameters is in /etc/modprobe.conf or
in a file under /etc/modprobe.d (depending what your distribution uses .
options wct4xxp t1e1override=15
Like so:
echo 'options wct4xxp t1e1override=15' > /etc/modprobe.d/wct4xxp
?

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Richard Lyman
2007-12-03 21:43:38 UTC
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I agree, if you never changed the jumper.

I have never noticed, does the output of ztcfg change is it set to E1?
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Richard,
Thanks understood I will use this configurations for de last span. But
I think the Carlos Chávez are right about this. I realy forgot to put
jumpers to set E1 mode in TE420 card, if it's come with the jumpers
open (and I believe this) probably this is the problem.
I don't know what parameter must be put on the module load to make
card up in E1 mode, then tomorrow I will have physical access on the
card and I will put all jumpers closed.
Thanks to all again, then I write with the result.
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
#span=4,0,0,cas,hdb3
^ uncomment that
and
cas=1-15:1101
cas=17-31:1101
cas=32-46:1101
cas=48-62:1101
cas=63-77:1101
cas=79-93:1101
unused=94-124 #whatever your ending is
*snipped
Philipp Kempgen
2007-12-03 21:51:43 UTC
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Post by Richard Lyman
I have never noticed, does the output of ztcfg change is it set to E1?
Yes. More channels. :)

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Richard Lyman
2007-12-04 01:31:46 UTC
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Post by Philipp Kempgen
Post by Richard Lyman
I have never noticed, does the output of ztcfg change is it set to E1?
Yes. More channels. :)
Regards,
Philipp Kempgen
only if defined <G>
Tzafrir Cohen
2007-12-04 07:56:13 UTC
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Post by Philipp Kempgen
Post by Richard Lyman
I have never noticed, does the output of ztcfg change is it set to E1?
Yes. More channels. :)
No. The channels listed in ztcfg -vv are the channels you wrote in
zaptel.conf . By the time they are printed, there is still no guarantee
that they actually exist on the system.

Just try:

ztcfg -vv -c <(echo fxsks=1-200)

This should print the list of channels (but fail later) just as long as
you have zaptel loaded.


To see the difference, look at /proc/zaptel/1 . You'll now see there 31
channels instead of 24 (33 lines instead of 26).
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2007-12-04 09:06:14 UTC
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Post by Tzafrir Cohen
Post by Philipp Kempgen
Post by Richard Lyman
I have never noticed, does the output of ztcfg change is it set to E1?
Yes. More channels. :)
No. The channels listed in ztcfg -vv are the channels you wrote in
zaptel.conf . By the time they are printed, there is still no guarantee
that they actually exist on the system.
ztcfg -vv -c <(echo fxsks=1-200)
This should print the list of channels (but fail later) just as long as
you have zaptel loaded.
Yes, I see the output for the ztcfg is de same after I put de jumpers closed.
Post by Tzafrir Cohen
To see the difference, look at /proc/zaptel/1 . You'll now see there 31
channels instead of 24 (33 lines instead of 26).
Now I can see de all channels for de E1 operation mode:

[***@asterisk1 ~]# cat /proc/zaptel/1
Span 1: TE4/0/1 "T4XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 1" HDB3/ RED

1 TE4/0/1/1 CAS
...
16 TE4/0/1/16
17 TE4/0/1/17 CAS
...
31 TE4/0/1/31 CAS

All outputs for /proc/zaptel/* look like this. I don't know why don't
appear any more "(In use)" in the end of each line. The 4th span is
unused.

The red alert still showing... and it's not good to me... :(

Now I'm talking with Technical support from teleco operator (Brasil
Telecom) to confirm de cable standard.


This is the output on dmesg when zaptel comes up:

Dec 4 16:14:30 asterisk1 kernel: Zapata Telephony Interface
Registered on major 196
Dec 4 16:14:30 asterisk1 kernel: Zaptel Version: 1.4.4
Dec 4 16:14:30 asterisk1 kernel: Zaptel Echo Canceller: MG2
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Found TE4XXP at base address
48100000, remapped to f884a000
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP version c01a016a, burst ON,
slip debug: OFF
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Octasic optimized!
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: FALC version: 00000005, Board ID: 00
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 0: 0x31299400
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 1: 0x31299000
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 2: 0xffffffff
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 3: 0x00000000
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 4: 0x00000001
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 5: 0x00000000
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 6: 0xc01a016a
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 7: 0x00001f00
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 8: 0x010200ff
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 9: 0x00fd0000
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 10: 0x0000004a
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Launching card: 0
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Setting up global serial parameters
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Found a Wildcard: Wildcard TE420 (4th Gen)
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Done with spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Done with spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Done with spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Done with spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Registered tone zone 20 (Brazil)
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Span 1 configured for CAS/HDB3
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: timing source auto card 0!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: wct4xxp: Setting yellow alarm on span 1
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: timing source auto card 0!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: SPAN 1: Primary Sync Source
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM400: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM450: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Completed startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Span 2 configured for CAS/HDB3
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: wct4xxp: Setting yellow alarm on span 2
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: timing source auto card 0!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM400: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM450: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Completed startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Span 3 configured for CAS/HDB3
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: wct4xxp: Setting yellow alarm on span 3
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: timing source auto card 0!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM400: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM450: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Completed startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Span 4 configured for CAS/HDB3
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: wct4xxp: Setting yellow alarm on span 4
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: timing source auto card 0!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM400: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM450: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Completed startup!
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Tzafrir Cohen
2007-12-04 09:57:48 UTC
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Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Post by Tzafrir Cohen
Post by Philipp Kempgen
Post by Richard Lyman
I have never noticed, does the output of ztcfg change is it set to E1?
Yes. More channels. :)
No. The channels listed in ztcfg -vv are the channels you wrote in
zaptel.conf . By the time they are printed, there is still no guarantee
that they actually exist on the system.
ztcfg -vv -c <(echo fxsks=1-200)
This should print the list of channels (but fail later) just as long as
you have zaptel loaded.
Yes, I see the output for the ztcfg is de same after I put de jumpers closed.
Post by Tzafrir Cohen
To see the difference, look at /proc/zaptel/1 . You'll now see there 31
channels instead of 24 (33 lines instead of 26).
Span 1: TE4/0/1 "T4XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 1" HDB3/ RED
1 TE4/0/1/1 CAS
...
16 TE4/0/1/16
You use CAS. So you don't need special handling of the D channel. Just
define it like any other channel.
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
17 TE4/0/1/17 CAS
...
31 TE4/0/1/31 CAS
All outputs for /proc/zaptel/* look like this. I don't know why don't
appear any more "(In use)" in the end of each line. The 4th span is
unused.
You get "(In Use)" when Asterisk or anybody else opens the channel for
reading. Note that in your case it will be chan_unicall rather than
chan_zap.

See http://rapid.tzafrir.org.il/docs/README.html#toc20 (the /proc
interface). This is the README file from the Zaptel distribution.
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
The red alert still showing... and it's not good to me... :(
Jsut a dumb question: are all four ports connected to the telco? If not:
which of them is?
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Now I'm talking with Technical support from teleco operator (Brasil
Telecom) to confirm de cable standard.
Dec 4 16:14:30 asterisk1 kernel: Zapata Telephony Interface
Registered on major 196
Dec 4 16:14:30 asterisk1 kernel: Zaptel Version: 1.4.4
Dec 4 16:14:30 asterisk1 kernel: Zaptel Echo Canceller: MG2
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Found TE4XXP at base address
48100000, remapped to f884a000
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP version c01a016a, burst ON,
slip debug: OFF
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Octasic optimized!
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: FALC version: 00000005, Board ID: 00
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 0: 0x31299400
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 1: 0x31299000
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 2: 0xffffffff
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 3: 0x00000000
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 4: 0x00000001
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 5: 0x00000000
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 6: 0xc01a016a
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 7: 0x00001f00
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 8: 0x010200ff
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 9: 0x00fd0000
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Reg 10: 0x0000004a
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Launching card: 0
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Setting up global serial parameters
Dec 4 16:14:31 asterisk1 kernel: Found a Wildcard: Wildcard TE420 (4th Gen)
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Done with spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Done with spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Done with spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Done with spanconfig!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Registered tone zone 20 (Brazil)
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Span 1 configured for CAS/HDB3
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: timing source auto card 0!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: wct4xxp: Setting yellow alarm on span 1
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: timing source auto card 0!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: SPAN 1: Primary Sync Source
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM400: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM450: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Completed startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Span 2 configured for CAS/HDB3
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: wct4xxp: Setting yellow alarm on span 2
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: timing source auto card 0!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM400: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM450: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Completed startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Span 3 configured for CAS/HDB3
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: wct4xxp: Setting yellow alarm on span 3
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: timing source auto card 0!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM400: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM450: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Completed startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: About to enter startup!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: TE4XXP: Span 4 configured for CAS/HDB3
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: wct4xxp: Setting yellow alarm on span 4
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: timing source auto card 0!
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM400: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: VPM450: Not Present
Dec 4 16:14:34 asterisk1 kernel: Completed startup!
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2007-12-04 11:09:15 UTC
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Post by Tzafrir Cohen
which of them is?
Yes the first 3 spans are connected to de teleco, the last one no.
Post by Tzafrir Cohen
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Now I'm talking with Technical support from teleco operator (Brasil
Telecom) to confirm de cable standard.
Great !

I tried to talk with our support on the telecom link, but he does not
know what is the standard used by the company itself.

Checked the construction of the cables and they were in line with the
manual available on the card's web site digium.

Then decided to implement the loopback test available at the link:
http://kb.digium.com/entry/138/

For this test I build a cable cross, as the pattern below:

Standard RJ45 T1/E1 :
RX 1
RX 2
NA 3
TX 4
TX 5
NA 6
NA 7
NA 8

Cross clabe RJ45 T1/E1 :
RX 1 - 4 TX
RX 2 - 5 TX
TX 4 - 1 RX
TX 5 - 2 RX

Yes!

At the time I put the cable between the ports of the card I getting
green alert on both ends !

Then I decided to connect the cable cross in ballun (E1 modem), YES
GREEN ALERT in this port!

For some reason the operator reverses the sequence in cables, and using
The cable cross solved my problem! Now continue with the settings.


Thanks again, everyone, for your help!
It was very useful to go through this.
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Carlos Chavez
2007-12-03 17:42:36 UTC
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Your problem seems to be that the card is in T1 mode and you need it to
be in E1 mode. Check the jumpers on the card and change them to the E1
position. Or you can send the module a parameter to put the card in E1
mode.
Post by Roger C. Beraldi Martins
Dear members of the list,
I have difficulties to obtain sync with a Digium TE420 PCI Express
For four entries E1, In my case I am with only 3 E1s available to
configure. The
telephony operator is BrasilTelecom and Signaling is R2 Digital.
The information I have is that are E1s with 32 channels, not have
sure. My settings
Http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk + MFC + R2
I am using zaptel - 1.4.4 on a CentOS 5, which already build all packages
The libunicall ( src.rpm-> rpm) I want to use when the board to stop
giving me red alert.
The lib chan_unicall.so is already available on the asterisk as my
settings, but my problem is before the asterisk, I think.
Below is the configuration of zaptel and get information that the
The first three spans are configured (and connected to modens) but
I am getting RED in zttool (end on the board leds) the fourth are not
configured (commented).
My suspicion is the cable RJ45 which did not (else one did), The
baluns conversion are cisco.
First question, as I am sure that the cables are correctly (RJ45)
Built (Digium == RJ45 == balun === modem)?
A cable network standard micro / switch work?
May have a problem in my settings zaptel.conf?
Thank you for the help and attention ...
cat /etc/zaptel.conf
-------
# MFC/R2 does not normally use CRC4
loadzone = br
defaultzone = br
span=1,1,0,cas,hdb3
span=2,0,0,cas,hdb3
span=3,0,0,cas,hdb3
#span=4,0,0,cas,hdb3
cas=1-15:1101
cas=17-31:1101
cas=32-46:1101
cas=48-62:1101
cas=63-77:1101
cas=79-93:1101
-----------
cat /proc/zaptel/*
-----------
Span 1: TE4/0/1 "T4XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 1" HDB3/ RED
1 TE4/0/1/1 CAS (In use)
2 TE4/0/1/2 CAS (In use)
3 TE4/0/1/3 CAS (In use)
4 TE4/0/1/4 CAS (In use)
5 TE4/0/1/5 CAS (In use)
6 TE4/0/1/6 CAS (In use)
7 TE4/0/1/7 CAS (In use)
8 TE4/0/1/8 CAS (In use)
9 TE4/0/1/9 CAS (In use)
10 TE4/0/1/10 CAS (In use)
11 TE4/0/1/11 CAS (In use)
12 TE4/0/1/12 CAS (In use)
13 TE4/0/1/13 CAS (In use)
14 TE4/0/1/14 CAS (In use)
15 TE4/0/1/15 CAS (In use)
16 TE4/0/1/16
17 TE4/0/1/17 CAS (In use)
18 TE4/0/1/18 CAS (In use)
19 TE4/0/1/19 CAS (In use)
20 TE4/0/1/20 CAS (In use)
21 TE4/0/1/21 CAS (In use)
22 TE4/0/1/22 CAS (In use)
23 TE4/0/1/23 CAS (In use)
24 TE4/0/1/24 CAS (In use)
Span 2: TE4/0/2 "T4XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 2" HDB3/ RED
25 TE4/0/2/1 CAS (In use)
26 TE4/0/2/2 CAS (In use)
27 TE4/0/2/3 CAS (In use)
28 TE4/0/2/4 CAS (In use)
29 TE4/0/2/5 CAS (In use)
30 TE4/0/2/6 CAS (In use)
31 TE4/0/2/7 CAS (In use)
32 TE4/0/2/8 CAS (In use)
33 TE4/0/2/9 CAS (In use)
34 TE4/0/2/10 CAS (In use)
35 TE4/0/2/11 CAS (In use)
36 TE4/0/2/12 CAS (In use)
37 TE4/0/2/13 CAS (In use)
38 TE4/0/2/14 CAS (In use)
39 TE4/0/2/15 CAS (In use)
40 TE4/0/2/16 CAS (In use)
41 TE4/0/2/17 CAS (In use)
42 TE4/0/2/18 CAS (In use)
43 TE4/0/2/19 CAS (In use)
44 TE4/0/2/20 CAS (In use)
45 TE4/0/2/21 CAS (In use)
46 TE4/0/2/22 CAS (In use)
47 TE4/0/2/23
48 TE4/0/2/24 CAS (In use)
Span 3: TE4/0/3 "T4XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 3" HDB3/ RED
49 TE4/0/3/1 CAS (In use)
50 TE4/0/3/2 CAS (In use)
51 TE4/0/3/3 CAS (In use)
52 TE4/0/3/4 CAS (In use)
53 TE4/0/3/5 CAS (In use)
54 TE4/0/3/6 CAS (In use)
55 TE4/0/3/7 CAS (In use)
56 TE4/0/3/8 CAS (In use)
57 TE4/0/3/9 CAS (In use)
58 TE4/0/3/10 CAS (In use)
59 TE4/0/3/11 CAS (In use)
60 TE4/0/3/12 CAS (In use)
61 TE4/0/3/13 CAS (In use)
62 TE4/0/3/14 CAS (In use)
63 TE4/0/3/15 CAS (In use)
64 TE4/0/3/16 CAS (In use)
65 TE4/0/3/17 CAS (In use)
66 TE4/0/3/18 CAS (In use)
67 TE4/0/3/19 CAS (In use)
68 TE4/0/3/20 CAS (In use)
69 TE4/0/3/21 CAS (In use)
70 TE4/0/3/22 CAS (In use)
71 TE4/0/3/23 CAS (In use)
72 TE4/0/3/24 CAS (In use)
Span 4: TE4/0/4 "T4XXP (PCI) Card 0 Span 4"
73 TE4/0/4/1 CAS (In use)
74 TE4/0/4/2 CAS (In use)
75 TE4/0/4/3 CAS (In use)
76 TE4/0/4/4 CAS (In use)
77 TE4/0/4/5 CAS (In use)
78 TE4/0/4/6
79 TE4/0/4/7 CAS (In use)
80 TE4/0/4/8 CAS (In use)
81 TE4/0/4/9 CAS (In use)
82 TE4/0/4/10 CAS (In use)
83 TE4/0/4/11 CAS (In use)
84 TE4/0/4/12 CAS (In use)
85 TE4/0/4/13 CAS (In use)
86 TE4/0/4/14 CAS (In use)
87 TE4/0/4/15 CAS (In use)
88 TE4/0/4/16 CAS (In use)
89 TE4/0/4/17 CAS (In use)
90 TE4/0/4/18 CAS (In use)
91 TE4/0/4/19 CAS (In use)
92 TE4/0/4/20 CAS (In use)
93 TE4/0/4/21 CAS (In use)
94 TE4/0/4/22
95 TE4/0/4/23
96 TE4/0/4/24
-----------
ztcfg -vv
Zaptel Version: 1.4.4
Echo Canceller: MG2
Configuration
======================
SPAN 1: CAS/HDB3 Build-out: 0 db (CSU)/0-133 feet (DSX-1)
SPAN 2: CAS/HDB3 Build-out: 0 db (CSU)/0-133 feet (DSX-1)
SPAN 3: CAS/HDB3 Build-out: 0 db (CSU)/0-133 feet (DSX-1)
Channel 01: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 01)
Channel 02: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 02)
Channel 03: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 03)
Channel 04: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 04)
Channel 05: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 05)
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Channel 61: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 61)
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Channel 86: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 86)
Channel 87: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 87)
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Channel 90: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 90)
Channel 91: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 91)
Channel 92: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 92)
Channel 93: CAS / User (Default) (Slaves: 93)
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