Terminate call legs on the voice router

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I have a situation where due to policy reasons VPN users cannot have direct connectivity between them. BUT they want to be able to talk to each other using their IP Communicators...

Callmanager and the voice router are located in the LAN and so signaling is working already. But when they try to negotiate codecs end-to-end the fail as there isn't direct connectivity...

So, is there any way to "force" the CIPCs to use the voice router as an intermediate? What I mean is that I want to terminate each call leg on the voice router (that is IN the LAN) and so give them the chance to talk?



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Avner Izhar Sun, 12/16/2007 - 11:12
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You can use an ip-to-ip gateway to do that, but in order to send the calls via the gateway, they will have to dial a prefix when calling each other while at home.

Otherwise the call manager will not be able to differentiate between call types.

HTH, Avner.


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