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  1. Ericsson-MD110-Analog_Serial-PIMG80LS.pdf

    that connects the serial port of the Ericsson PBX to the serial port of the gateway. The diagram below provides details on how this cable was constructed … of Limitations No limitations noted as of the last update to this document. 5. Gateway Setup Notes During the initial setup of the gateway using the serial port, you
  2. 1904_Ericsson-MD110-Analog_Serial-PIMG80LS-01.pdf

    that connects the serial port of the Ericsson PBX to the serial port of the gateway. The diagram below provides details on how this cable was constructed … of Limitations No limitations noted as of the last update to this document. 5. Gateway Setup Notes During the initial setup of the gateway using the serial port, you
  3. Certificate Management User Guide

    HTTP01 challenge type which uses http only on port 80. To successfully create/renew an LE cert, all of the following must be satisfied: The local pbx must be able … from anywhere, so there is no value in whitelisting for this purpose, port 80 must be open to world for the challenge to succeed. Current versions of the PBX
    PBX GUIabout 2 hours ago
  4. 1904_Toshiba-CTX-Analog_Serial-PIMG80LS-01.pdf

    data path between the PBX and the gateway, it will be required to either purchase or construct a cable that connects the serial port of the Toshiba PBX to the serial port of the gateway. The diagram below provides details on how this cable was constructed for the creation of this document. The industry rule of thumb
  5. Stm1Mux-UserManual-v1.0.3.pdf

    ......................................................................................................................................................... 7 2.3.4 ETH Port .................................................................................................................................................................... 7 2.3.5 RS232 Port
    Multiplexers / … / STM1Mux Fiber Multiplexer23 Jan , 2017
  6. 5th.pdf

    the optical module. the optic surfaces of the fibe optics may not work correct 2. Open the optical module 3. Hold the optical module from the port. 4. Place … procedures. l Module remove the optical module: all interface cables from the ports, keeping tr e cables to the ports on the line card. e cables, insert
  7. n.pdf

    the optical module. the optic surfaces of the fibe optics may not work correct 2. Open the optical module 3. Hold the optical module from the port. 4. Place … procedures. l Module remove the optical module: all interface cables from the ports, keeping tr e cables to the ports on the line card. e cables, insert
  8. Re: Connecting Two FreePBX/Asterisk Systems Together Over the Internet

    port forwarding. It is definitely NOT required. IAX was, in fact, designed to open ports only for the remote system and it does so perfectly. Opening the ports … use host=dynamic on either end, then that device would require an open port.
  9. Re: Connecting Two FreePBX/Asterisk Systems Together Over the Internet

    This is interesting and instructive. One question that occurs to me: our routers frequently change the "from" port number on outbound traffic. So if the NAT does that, I believe that would prevent this solution from working? For example, traffic coming from System A's port 4569 might be represented to the outside
  10. Re: Connecting Two FreePBX/Asterisk Systems Together Over the Internet

    Larry, IAX2 uses IP headers to route return messages. So, if the router sends out a message from port 49162, the remote system will see that in the IP header and reply to that port. Also, my experience is that most routers will use the desired port unless it is already in use. So, if you had two systems both using