2N BlueStar GSM
The following has been compiled from the 2N Docs, and experience from other Techs in the field.
Use your own experience to fill in the blanks and adapt the settings to your own unique installation.
- AT commands: the serial data rate is 57600. When connected, enter the command: AT, and the CPU should respond OK.
To connect via telnet, the procedure is the same, except in PuTTY click Telnet and enter the CPU IP address.
- Licenses: The initial license is only good for X amount of hours beginning when the ROM is placed on the CPU Card, not with power to the GSM. Typically, this license will expire before the equipment reaches the installation site. The first license will become invalid and a new license will be required after the X hours have passed.
- Use the command ATI4 to print the factory number, which is required to obtain a new license. Or, in the configuration tool, goto: Gateway control > Firmware / Licence , Information about gateway licence, Load from gateway
- SIM Cards: If you installing SIM cards from more than one cell carrier, make sure that they are separated in the gateway and control access in the PBX. By default, all SIM Cards are placed into Group 1 for incoming and outgoing calls. If Multiple SIM Card providers are used, a unique Group Id will need to be assigned to each carrier per GSM Card which has two modules. PINs MUST BE DISABLED ON ALL SIM CARDS OR ALL SIM CARDS MUST HAVE THE SAME PIN!
- Check SIM credit with the command at&gXX=XTDussd, where XX is the GSM module and ussd the command.
Example: to check the credit on gsm module g08, the command is *101#, enter the following: at&g08=XTD*101#
- Fiber Transceivers: Multi Mode SC 4048 Transceivers are designed specifically to work with 2.0 Meg PRI circuits with out-of-band signalling (a D-channel). All other Media Transceivers will not work.
- PBX IS NETWORK (MASTER) if the GSM E-1 shares a cabinet with an E-1 that is connected to the local PTT, or other E-1 clocking source, GSM IS TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (SLAVE). Typically, two fields must be changed on the GSM gateway for the span to come up: "ISDN PRI port type: TE", and "Synchronization: Slave".
- Test calls: connect a headset to the AUX interface. For example, to dial the number 741111111:
- Via LCR settings, route the call through LCR: AT!SG32= 9741111111
- To call through the first GSM module directly: AT!SG0= 741111111
CS1000E Programming Notes (Rel 5.5)
(Normally already defined by the time the GSM is ready to be installed)
If there is NO clock reference set:
REQ PRT TYPE DDB CC DATA NOT 1.5MB TRSH 00 RALM 3 BIPC 2 LFAC 3 BIPV 3 2 SRTK 5 30 SRNT 15 3 LFAL 17 511 SRIM 1 SRMM 2
2ADD PRI2 LOOP
(Define LOOP number, and PRI CARD location)
041 000 0 01
(GSM E-1 is in a cabinet with a PTT E-1 clocking from the Central Office)
TYPE ADAN DCH 12 ADAN DCH 12 CTYP MSDL MG_CARD 000 0 01 PORT 1 DES GSM USR PRI2 DCHL 41 IFC EURO CNTY NET PINX_CUST 0 CLID OPT1 CO_TYPE STD SIDE NET
(More than likely already programmed)
TYPE: NET TYPE NET_DATA CUST 0 TYPE NET_DATA CUST 00 ISDN YES
5Build Trunk Route
Build multiple routes for each SIM carrier
TYPE: RDB CUST 0 ROUT 41 TYPE RDB CUST 0 ROUT 41 DES GSM TKTP TIE DTRK YES DGTP PRI2 ISDN YES MODE PRA IFC EURO CNTY NET PNI 00000 ICOG IAO ACOD 84 CDR YES (Respond to all CDR related prompts)
6Build Route Trunks
Build as many trunks as you have SIM cards
TYPE: TIE TN 41 1 DES GSM TN 41 1 TYPE TIE CUST 0 TRK PRI2 PDCA 1 PCML A NCOS 0 RTMB 41 1 TGAR 0 CLS UNR DTN
7 Route calls to the Gateway
Build or modify SPN for Mobile Phones
FEAT NET TRAN AC1 TYPE SPN SPN 032 FLEN 0 RLI 3
Modify Route List Block
FEAT RLB RLI 3 ENTR 0 ROUT 41 FRL 3