The HT813’s FXO port is connected by phone line to the “Tel1” port of my ISP’s Voice-Enabled Optical Network Terminal (VeONT). (i.e. ISP digitally provides an analog landline to homes).
The HT813’s WAN port is connected to my home network switch, and I have set static mapping in my router so that HT813 always gets the same LAN IP: 10.0.111.11
My FreePBX has IP: 10.0.111.10
The HT813 has the current firmware: 220.127.116.11
I test incoming calls using my mobile phone to dial the landline number, my IP-phones ring, and 2-way conversation is good. (Mysteriously, this doesn’t seem to work until the HT813 has been up for over ~15 mins…)
I test outgoing calls by using an IP-phone to dial my mobile number, and there is ringing tone heard by caller, but my mobile phone never rings. During this ringing, I refresh the status page of the HT813, and I see the status of the FXO port never changed from Idle, but interestingly , the status of the FXS port changes from On Hook to Ring. And yet I do not need the FXS port to function at all.
Is it correct for me to leave this setting blank?: “Unconditional Call Forward to PSTN: (VoIP calls will be forwarded to the specified PSTN number)” It is the second last item on the HT813’s Basic Settings page.
Oh, and is it ok that both FXS & FXO always show as “Not Registered”? This wiki.freepbx page says registration shouldn’t be necessary.