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MiVoice Office 250/Mitel 5000 / Inbound SIP Trunk
« Last post by jventresco on Today at 12:56:38 PM »
Our outbound is working to VoIP.MS and inbound is passing through our firewall.  Inbound SIP does not ring system. We set up a call routing table but am unsure where that is hooked into the trunk group.  Is there a way to monitor the inbound 5060 or any gotchas people often miss?  We are at the latest vserion on a 250. Do we need to open ports for the 5060 to pass through?  (on the mitel)  the ports are opened and NATing in the firewall.
Practically, that's exactly what I meant to ask :) I'm not sure about how to go about looping an extension to CO line, I was able to do it on an Asterisk system but on the SX200. Could you please give me some direction to start with.
MiVoice Office 250/Mitel 5000 / Re: Mitel 5000 DHCP Server
« Last post by acejavelin on Today at 12:26:08 PM »

I am pretty sure that I have done this before, but I am not in front of a system right now to figure it out again.

Have you tried putting one in as a Global and one in as a Specific IP Range?

How did you create the string for the ASCII version?;


No, I set it to "," maybe I will try it with the semi-colon instead and report back.
Loop an analog extension to a CO Line port... call the extension.
Mitel SX200, SX2000, and older SX platforms / Simulate an incoming call
« Last post by nMitel on Today at 12:08:36 PM »

 I'm working on building new ATT tree on Mitel SX200 MX, I created some menu and forward only mailboxes and I'm trying to test it before putting into production, is there a way to simulate an incoming call from a local extension that forwards to the auto attendant?

Thanks in advance.
Mitel Software Applications / Call flow line group
« Last post by sunspark on Today at 11:44:09 AM »
Hi guys ,

I created a call flow line group basic (attached)

On the other hand I do not know what I have to do  in Pbx side to make arrive my external number to this call flow.

Thank you for your help.

Mitel MiVoice Business/MCD/3300 / Re: E1 ISDN Problem - Receiving Alarm
« Last post by mszodiac on Today at 07:36:32 AM »
Problem fixed.  Telco did something to fix the E1.  That something.... no idea.  They did not return our call.
Mitel MiVoice Business/MCD/3300 / Re: E1 ISDN Problem - Receiving Alarm
« Last post by x-man on Today at 05:52:47 AM »
From an earlier post on here;

A receive (Rx) alarm indication signal (AIS) means there is an alarm occurring on the line upstream from the equipment that is connected to the port. The AIS failure is declared when an AIS defect is detected at the input and still exists after the Loss Of Frame failure is declared (caused by the unframed nature of the "all-ones" signal). The AIS failure is cleared when the Loss Of Frame failure is cleared.

Of course it could simply be a faulty patch cable from the NTE.
Mitel MiVoice Business/MCD/3300 / Re: E1 ISDN Problem - Receiving Alarm
« Last post by mszodiac on Today at 02:57:16 AM »
What can cause a BLUE layer 1 alarm? It was RED on Friday morning. 

Here's the output of command "EDT SHOW LINK STATUS PRI"

PRI Logical link number: 3
Layer 1 Status:  BLUE
Layer 2 Status:  DOWN
Interface Activated: TRUE
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