1 Open the gcconfig file (\FCServer\vs\CONFIG\gcconfig.cf) using an ASCII text editor.
The file will look something like this:
Entries in this file are case sensitive.
2 The first column lists the virtual channels on the Dialogic boards.
Modify this column to match your system configuration. The pattern is as follows:
There can be only 4 virtual channels (c) per virtual board (b).
If you have one 24-channel voice board (D240JCT) the list will continue to dxxxb6c3 (only 23 channels because of the D-channel).
If you add another 24-channel voice board, or if you have one 48-channel voice board (D480JCT) instead of two 24s, the list will continue from dxxxb6c3 as follows:
dxxxb12c3 (remember there are only 23 voice channels)
Fax resource boards work the same as voice boards and require one line per channel.
Entries in this column must be lower case.
3 The second column lists the protocol.
Modify this column to match your system configuration:
All T1 PRI channels are ISDN.
Enter FAX for fax resources.
Entries in this column must be upper case.
4 The third column lists the Network, or Digital Interface for each channel.
Modify this column to match your system configuration.
This column is only for T1 PRI interfaces. Do not enter anything for fax resources in this column.
The pattern is as follows:
For the second T1 PRI span continue:
Entries in this column must match the above case sensitivity.
5 The right column is an optional column. If you have dedicated ports for incoming or outgoing numbers on your T1 PRI span, enter the number corresponding to the port.