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I have a SPA3000 and have followed the KB for SPA3102 in order to use a PSTN line with Operator.
The idea is to use SPA3000 to manage the PSTN line directly and have Operator extensions making long distance calls using the PSTN line connected to SPA3000.
This is not working and maybe I'm doing anything wrong.
Is there anyone that can help me with this?
Filip, Vladimir?
Thanks in advance.
Brian (GFI/Kerio)

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It looks like that model is discontinued (according to so you should consider getting the 3102 or connecting through a SIP provider.
I found some instructions here nksys-spa-3102-sipura-spa-3000-freepbx
Scroll down to the part starting with "Sipura 3000/3102 Device Settings". Unfortunately we can't test or support this device.

Brian Carmichael
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Thanks Brian for the suggestion.
I'll check if I can use this box since I have it. Otherwise I'll buy a 3102.
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