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  • This document details how to configure a SBC Edge TDM port
  • This document presumes the reader is familiar with configuring theSBC Edge


Requires Sonus SBC Edge Version 3.0


SBC Edge TDM port configuration

Use the following to configure a SBC Edge TDM port to interconnect to another TDM port/device.


  1. Connect to the SBC interface via your web browser.

    Connect to SBC



  2. Set the DS1 Type of the ports on your TDM card, either T1 or E1 depending upon your installation situation. 

    More information on the TDM port configuration parameters can be found at Managing Telephony Ports.

    Set DS1 Port Type


  3. Configure the TDM port parameters to match with your installation.

    Configure TDM Port


  4. Create a ISDN Signaling Group to process inbound calls from the TDM port.

    More information on the TDM Signaling Group configuration parameters can be found at Managing ISDN Signaling Groups.

    Create ISDN Signaling Group



  5. Configure the ISDN Signaling Group to match the requirements of the incoming TDM signaling.

    ISDN Signaling Group Details


  6. You will need to create and configure call routing tables/entries, transformation tables/entries and destination Signaling Groups in order to successfully route calls from a ISDN port to any given destination.

Additional Information

Below is a diagram for configuring a TDM port to route to a SIP destination

Configuring TDM Port to Route to SIP Destination




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