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BRI - SMG Configuration
1) Once you log into the UI click on "TDM Configuration" under the Configuration section and you will see the BRI card in the system. Click the "Edit" button on the first port to start configuring the card; you will now be taken to the hardware configuration section.
2) In the hardware configuration section click "Apply to all Ports" or "Apply to Port" unless you need to modify the default values first.
3) Now there will be a BRI Profile section because the hardware is configured. Use the "Edit" button to start the BRI signaling configuration.
4) In the signaling configuration section you will see default profiles for point-to-point and point-to-multipoint. Click the "Use" button on the profile you want to select for the port. Click "Edit Profile" to see the defaults of the profile of your choice.
5) You should not need to edit any profile information unless you need to add options specified from your telco; the defaults should work for most installs.
6) Once you are satisfied with your selections click "Accept" to the right of each port configured. Then scroll to the bottom of the page and select "Generate Config". If you do not select Generate Config, all the above configurations will not be applied to code
7) Click on "Control Panel" to view the live status of the Sangoma TDM driver and Sangoma Media Gateway. Anytime a change is made anywhere in the UI, you must restart either the TDM Driver or Sangoma Media Gateway (depending on where the config change was made). Simply restart both via the "Controls" buttons below. The TDM driver must be started before Sangoma Media Gateway, and Sangoma Media gateway must be stopped before stopping the TDM driver.
Below are some sample status outputs. Once all the Wanpipe interfaces are in "connected" state, your system is ready for production