Procedure for configuring a telephony pack

  1. Log on as dtuser and type the following command:
  2. The first two dialogs ask you for the administrator name and password. Type this information and press Enter.
  3. When your system is completely new and unconfigured, this takes you straight into wizard mode. If you have already configured one or more trunks, however, the mode choice dialog offers you the choice of wizard or direct-access modes.
  4. Press Enter to continue from the 'wizard setup' dialog.
  5. When you system is completely new and unconfigured, you must provide information about the country or region, and the number of channels you intend to use. See Country or region, and Channel license declaration, for information.
  6. If you have DTEA adapters installed, you need to provide some information about them. See Adapter configuration for more details.
  7. The wizard then presents you with the 'trunk selection' dialog. Here you must select the trunk or trunks you want to configure. You can configure as many trunks identically as you want. Enter the trunk numbers separated by commas. See Trunk configuration for more information.
  8. Depending on the protocols you have configured, you may have to specify channel identification for the channels on the trunk. See Channel identification for more information.
  9. If further trunks are available to be configured, the wizard asks if you want to configure another trunk.
  10. If you answered “yes” to the previous question the wizard presents the trunk selection dialog again. You can leave the configuration of the remaining trunks until later. You can only use the trunks you have already configured.
  11. If you select a trunk, the next dialog asks you if you want to copy a previously-configured trunk. If you elect not to copy, you will go through the trunk configuration dialogs again.
  12. Depending on the protocols you have configure, you may have to specify system-wide SIP or exchange data link settings. See SIP settings or exchange data link configuration for more information.
  13. When you reach the finish dialog, validate and save all your changes.
  14. If your configuration is valid, you can now exit safely, optionally creating a summary report.
  15. If your configuration is not valid, the validation result dialog tells you what it found wrong. Validation proceeds in the same direction as the wizard, and the validation results are presented one by one in that order. You can fix each validation result by pressing Enter in the validation result dialog. You have two alternatives:
    1. If you realize that the problem is with the current trunk configuration, and not the trunks you configured earlier, you can discard the changes on the current trunk.
    2. You can go into menu mode to make your own changes. Although this might create further inconsistencies. See Making changes to the configuration using wvrteleconf.