Howto setup an outgoing dial-peer to use SIP account at a remote site?

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Jul 1st, 2009

Hi,

Have one customer who has a SIP provider in Norway. In sweden they are not able to get a SIP provider yet, so they want to use the CME in norway for outgoing calls at the swedish location. What is the best way to set this up??? They use site-to-site VPN between the CME's using ASA box's.

How can I configure the dial-peer (0T) to use the CME in Norway for outgoing calls??

Thanks,

Eivind

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Correct Answer by Marcos Hernandez about 7 years 5 months ago

Same thing. On the Sweden side, create a VoIP peer that has a destination pattern equal to what you have on the Norway side. Session target should be the WAN IP of the Norway UC500. This UC500 will then relay the call to the ITSP. Additional translation rules might be needed, in order for your SIP trunk provider to accept the call as if it were coming from the local device.

Thanks,


Marcos

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Eivind Jonassen Wed, 07/01/2009 - 12:53

Marcos,

I´ve done this setup before, but as I´ve understood this, this is only for calling between sites. I want the swedish (odd pod) to dial the PSTN using the SIP account from ITSP on the norwegian uc (even pod). The VPN is for sharing the data vlan as well, so therefore the customer wants to use the VPN for voice also.

Regards

Eivind

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Marcos Hernandez Wed, 07/01/2009 - 13:01

Same thing. On the Sweden side, create a VoIP peer that has a destination pattern equal to what you have on the Norway side. Session target should be the WAN IP of the Norway UC500. This UC500 will then relay the call to the ITSP. Additional translation rules might be needed, in order for your SIP trunk provider to accept the call as if it were coming from the local device.

Thanks,


Marcos

Eivind Jonassen Wed, 07/01/2009 - 13:05

Hi

Thanks alot Marcos, I´ll get back to you if I run into any problems, but it sounds logical the way you describe ;)

Thanks

Eivind