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== beroFIX FAQ ==  
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== beroNet VoIP Gateways / Cards FAQ ==  
  
 
=== After upgrading i still have the previous installed Firmware, why ? ===
 
=== After upgrading i still have the previous installed Firmware, why ? ===
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example: analog to sip call, terminated by sip side with a bye
 
example: analog to sip call, terminated by sip side with a bye
  CDR,1,ANALOG:1,SIP,,10,,,-11/01/03-23:24:51,11/01/03-23:25:06,11/01/03-23:25:01,11/01/03-23:25:05,SIP,NUA_I_BYE:200
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  CDR,3724,SIP:172.20.0.102,ISDN:3:2,"1234" <sip:1234@172.20.0.102>,"" <sip:98765@172.20.0.104>,1234,9875,15/09/21-10:39:16,15/09/21-10:42:36,15/09/21-10:39:34,15/09/21-10:42:36,SIP,NUA_I_BYE:200,AOCD_U:2,-
  
 
columns:
 
columns:
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  12 Terminated by which side
 
  12 Terminated by which side
 
  13 Termination Cause
 
  13 Termination Cause
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14 AOCD_U units (costs x EUR/$ per unit)
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15 AOCD_C amount (EUR/$)
  
 
=== Howto use Clip-No-Screening? ===
 
=== Howto use Clip-No-Screening? ===
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http://www.beronet.com/wp-content/uploads/downloads//berofix/dsp_firmware/dsp-firmware-13.tar.gz
 
http://www.beronet.com/wp-content/uploads/downloads//berofix/dsp_firmware/dsp-firmware-13.tar.gz
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To reproduce the problem and to check if the firmware works you can use the following pcap: [http://www.beronet.com/wp-content/uploads/downloads/berofix/dsp_firmware/msp-kill-trace.pcap ping-of-death.pcap] and use tcpreplay as linux command line too like this:
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#sudo tcpreplay --intf1=eth1 msp-kill.pcap
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=== I want to send Modem, Unrestricted Digital or Fax (without T.38) calls to a VoIP Provider, but these calls fail ===
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The beroNet Gateway can transmit data calls without modifying the audio (eg. with Echocancelation, Jitter compensation or codec translation) to a voip carrier with the clearmode or clearchannel feature. To use the clear mode a dialplan rule from ISDN (or Analog) to SIP must be created. In the additional configuration options of the dialplan rule under "more" the setting:
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clearmode_on_alaw=1
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must be set.
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If the destination is another beroNet gateway, it needs a dialplan rule from SIP to ISDN (or Analog) with the same additional configuration option.
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It is important that the SIP codec is set to alaw/pcma in the SIP account.
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=== After update/downgrade my password for the 3CX wizard doesn't work anymore ===
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After update repectively downgrade you have to set the password again. Open the Berofix Web-GUI --> Preferences --> Security. 
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Type your old password and set a new password or use the old one and confirm it.
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[[Image:Security_settings.PNG]]
  
 
== beroNet Telephony Appliance FAQ ==  
 
== beroNet Telephony Appliance FAQ ==  
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=== Creating the Appliance Boot Stick ===
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Before you can start to create the Appliance Bootstick you will need 2 files from the folder:
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http://www.beronet.com/wp-content/uploads/downloads/bootstick/
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1.) Download the tuxboot-0.5.exe
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2.) Download newest *.zip file
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3.) Start the tuxboot exe
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4.) Choose the USB Stick to flash (!!!be aware to choose the right one!!!)
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5.) choose preloaded ISO
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6.) choose the BNTA-*.zip file
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7.) wait till the files where written, then you're ready
  
 
=== Screen Problems with Linux Systems ===  
 
=== Screen Problems with Linux Systems ===  
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If you have installed Debian (probably also others) on the beroNet Telephony Appliance and detecting screen problems or the device is not booting, you can try to to add these kernel boot parameters:
 
If you have installed Debian (probably also others) on the beroNet Telephony Appliance and detecting screen problems or the device is not booting, you can try to to add these kernel boot parameters:
  
'''video=1024×786@60 video=LVDS-1:d
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'''video=1024×768@60 video=LVDS-1:d
  
 
=== Resize Partition ===  
 
=== Resize Partition ===  
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Done!
 
Done!
  
=== beroNet Telephony Appliance Mainboard (Asrock DN2800MT) ===  
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=== Jumperplan beroNet Telephony Appliance ===  
  
 
*[[Media:DN2800MT.pdf]]
 
*[[Media:DN2800MT.pdf]]
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=== The MAC Address of the Network bridge changes in Windows (3CX looses license) ===
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1. To change the MAC Address of a network adapter manually
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2. Open the Registry Editor
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3. Navigate to the folowing key:
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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
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4. Go through the numbered subkeys until you find one that matches your network adapter configuration.
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5. Modify the value named NetworkAddress to reflect the desired MAC address, but without hyphens/colons, if you want 00-B3-A0-03-00-1F, set the value to 00B3A003001F.
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== beroCAPI FAQ ==
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=== Optimal Settings for Tobit David ===
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In beroCAPI:
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[[File:beroCAPIfortobit.jpg]] <br>
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In TLD.ini of Tobit David
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nolistensync = true
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DisableCAPIReset = True
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TimeOut = 10
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=== beroCAPI registering with more than a single Berofix ===
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beroCAPI (both old and new versions) currently support registering with a single Berofix.
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However, it is possible to generate a license key bundled with the MAC address of a PC instead of the Berofix Serial Number (SN).
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In this case, different SIP trunks can be used.
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But this type of license is currently available only when a “full” product is purchased:
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[[Image:CAPI_registering.PNG]]
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== Starterpack FAQ ==
 
== Starterpack FAQ ==

Latest revision as of 12:44, 9 March 2016

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