Configuring a Patton 4114 FXO Gateway with 3CX

The SN4110 series is the perfect choice for phone-to-IP connectivity supporting up to 8 FXS ports or a combination of 4 FXS and 2 or 4 FXO ports. With its FXS analog ports the SN4110 connects to any legacy telephone or PBX and provides dial-tone, ringing, caller-ID and other services. When equipped with FXO ports, the local PSTN can be accessed enabling local calling and enhanced toll-bypass applications while using a single connected telephone. Flexible call integration allows per-port telephone numbers, programmable call progress tones, and distinctive ringing. With Telephony-over-IP (ToIP) call switching, calls can automatically be routed to the PSTN or the IP network while providing flexible numbering plans and end-to-end feature transparency. PPPoE, DHCP, and VLAN offers universal IP connectivity and optional IPSEC VPN with AES/3DES guarantees secure voice over the public network.

To configure the Patton 4114 with 3CX is actually a fairly simple process consisting of the following steps:

  • Plug the Patton 4114into your network and power it up
  • Use the SmartNode Discovery tool to find the IP address of the Patton 4114
  • Create a new PSTN Gateway device in 3CX using the Patton 4114settings
  • Setup dialing rules within 3CX
  • Use 3CX to generate a configuration file
  • Upload the configuration file to the Patton 4114
  • Reload the configuration in the Patton 4114
  • Start making and receiving phone calls over your POTS lines

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One Response to "Configuring a Patton 4114 FXO Gateway with 3CX"
  1. Is it possible to have two 4114's set up in a master slave/stacked configuration? I have to set up a 3cx system with 5 analog lines coming in. Or is it best to set up two gateways? I have no issues setting up the 3cx system with a PRI line but I am looking for best practices with analog lines

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