beroNet With Multiple PSTN Technologies Wizard for 3CX

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beroNet With Multiple PSTN Technologies Wizard

Introduction

FXS

ISDN Intern

GSM

Introduction

Depending on which technologies are installed on the beronet gateway, the 3CX wizard on the gateway will predict some additional setup options. You may configure them now or do them manually later.

FXS

If your device also features FXS ports along with a PSTN technology such as ISDN or FXO the wizard will also offer to map those ports directly as an extension to 3CX. There are use cases where it is better to bypass those FXS ports and not route them to 3CX. Find out more here: Redirect incoming PSTN calls to a FXS port

If available FXS ports should register as (fax-) extension into 3CX enter the extension number and the password here. Note: for this use case, the authentication ID of the extension must be the same as the extension number (default setup of an extension). Set the correct tone set of the device (phone, fax machine etc). Refer to the user manual of the device.

ISDN Intern

You may not wish to route all ISDN ports to 3CX from the PSTN network. In this case you can optional switch an available, unused ISDN port to act as an extension. In order for this menu to appear, select the unused ISDN port and unselect it again.

Enter the same information as listed in the FXS section.

Note: The ISDN card for mode connection use must be configured in a redirected mode manual later! See: Redirect incoming PSTN calls to a FXS port.

GSM

If the device has built in GSM slots, you can route outbound calls transparent to the SIM card instead of your primary PSTN technology. Callbacks to the GSM number will be routed as regular incoming calls to your 3CX Phone System.

Enter the matching PIN of the inserted SIM card. SMSC and Extension can be left blank. In the “Route following Prefixes directly to GSM Port 1” enter number block prefixes, like in outbound rules in 3CX, to define which number should be routed to the card instead of the PSTN lines. Note: The number signaled to the called party will be the number of the SIM card!