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Bill My Calls

This page explains how to configure Welltech range of FXS gateways, such as the WellGate 3502 and WellGate 3504 for use with Bill My Calls.

  • Pick a booth

    Callshop biller

  • Getting started

    The first step in getting your online call shop billing service is to sign-up for an account online

    Account sign-up >>

  • Control panels

    Once you have an account, click on the link below to sign in to your online call shop billing system.

    Log-in to your biller >>

H323 configuration

Log into the administrative page of the gateway and make the following settings:
  • Mode  =  GK routed
  • Gatekeeper IP  =
  • 2nd Gatekeeper IP  =  [blank]
  • Gatekeeper Discovery  =  Disable
  • Registered Alias  =  1822 followed by your Bill My Calls account number followed by your Bill My Calls password.  For example, if your account number is 200100 and your password is 900100, set the Registered Alias to be 1822200100900100.
  • Mode  =  Proxy
  • Line1 Number  to Line4 Number  =  [Any number.  Each booth must have a unique number.]

Support configuration

  • T.38 Fax =  Enable
  • T.38 Fax ECM  =  Enable
  • T.38 Fax ASN.1  =  Disable
  • Fax Redundancy Depth  =  0
  • Fast Start  =  Enable
  • H.245 Tunneling (sic)  =  Enable
  • H.245 Message After Fast Start  =  Disable
  • Early H.245  =  Disable
  • H.450  =  Disable

Test calls

We offer a simple test facility on our servers that you are welcome to use.  To call it, configure your software or hardware dialler to send calls to Bill My Calls, and then dial 123.  You should hear a test announcement.  If you hear this, then your equipment is set up correctly and you should be able to use Bill My Calls.

There is an additional test service on 124.  This plays the same announcement, but without using NAT penetration.  This can be a useful test of whether your account requires a NAT Penetration service.  Click here for more information on NAT penetration.

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Last modified: 13 October 2009

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