SIP Trunk

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Aug 24th, 2010

I have a customer that created the route pattern using the rule below for connecting to a Session Border Controller and they pointed it to  a SIP trunk 66.xxx.xxx.xxx in CallManager.  I need a separate SIP trunk to be created that points to another SBC IP address 65.xxx.xxx.xxx and have some phones that use the same route pattern use the new SIP trunk.   They need the one that exists to stay that way for the balance of their existing phones.  Can it be done?

1.       Create a route pattern that points to the SIP trunk the first is to the toll free number (1866XXXXXXX).

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Steven Holl Wed, 08/25/2010 - 06:06

It isn't clear what you are trying to accomplish here.  Are you trying to make it so:

Phone A-> Only goes out 66.x

Phone B-> Load balances between 66.x and 65.x

Either way, you will use route groups and route lists to accomplish this.  Endpoints are load balanced within the route group, and the RGs are top-down in the RL.

You would have different CSSs applied to each of the phones.  They would each have their own partititon, pointing to their own route lists that accomplish the call routing which you wish to have,

-Steve

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