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epretlac
07-31-08, 03:58 PM
Question:
How can I tell if there are live lines plugged into my PIKA analog HMP fxo card?

Answer:
You can use aohtest to detect the voltage on the line. In this example, we are using 4 port card. Only trunk 2 is actually connected to a live analog line. While the trunk is onhook, the voltage greater than 48V. When itís offhook, itís approximately 8V.

[root@localhost Desktop]# aohtest

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aohtest 2.4.1.3
Comment: Standard Build
Compile date: Jul 3 2008 22:15:56
Copyright (c) 2008 PIKA Technologies Inc.

type 'help' for the list of supported functions
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> board 0 open

> trunk 0-3 open

> trunk 0-3 get info
TRUNK 0: 1V 0mA
TRUNK 1: 1V 0mA
TRUNK 2: 54V 0mA
TRUNK 3: 1V 0mA

> trunk 0-3 start

> trunk 0-3 get info
TRUNK 0: 1V 0mA
TRUNK 1: 1V 0mA
TRUNK 2: 54V 0mA
TRUNK 3: 0V 0mA

> trunk 2 offhook

> TRUNK 2: OFFHOOK

> trunk 0-3 get info
TRUNK 0: 0V 0mA
TRUNK 1: 1V 0mA
TRUNK 2: 9V 48mA
TRUNK 3: 1V 0mA



Eric Pretlac
PIKA Support

muradt
06-05-09, 02:21 AM
Hi,

Is it possible to do similar test using DaytonaMM board? I mean to measure voltage value on line.

thanks beforehand,
Murad

vfadmin
06-05-09, 08:04 AM
Hi Murad,

I'm sorry, but this functionality is not available on the Daytona MM DSP boards.

The HMP boards use a different analog line interface with more control capabilities.

Rod

muradt
06-11-09, 05:30 AM
Hi Rod!

Thanks you for your response. Is it a hardware limitation of DaytonaMM?

And does HMP boards support high impedance logging?

many thanks beforehand,
Murad

rboileau
06-11-09, 07:56 AM
Hi Murad

The Daytona MM (DSP board) does not have the Control lines / circuitry built on that card.

On the HMP Analog boards, it's a different line interface with LOTS of options for configuration and getting information from.

Passive Logging - High Impedance

Analog - FXO boards can be used for passive recording ( DSP and HMP boards )

Digital - The PrimeNet MM DSP board and the Digital HMP PCIe boards are capable of being used for Passive Recording.

Rod