Two sites, UC520 at each site

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Aug 31st, 2010

If I have two sites (main & remote - within same city), both with an UC520 at each site, can I utilize the SIP trunks at the main site for both inbound and outbound calls for the remote site?  In another words, say I have 2 DIDs.  I'd like to assign one DID to ring at the main site and second DID to ring at the remote site.  Is this possible with custom dial-peers and translation profiles?

IPsec VPN will be established between the two sites.  I will provide both sites with POTS as a backup incase of SIP or VPN failure.

Are there any sample configs I can refer to?

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Correct Answer by Steven Holl about 6 years 3 months ago

Yup, you can do that.  You are just going to have a dial-peer which points from the remote CME to the HQ CME for the PSTN numbers.  And conversely, you'll have dial-peers on HW to point the remote site's DIDs back to that device.

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Steven Holl Wed, 09/01/2010 - 06:20

Yup, you can do that.  You are just going to have a dial-peer which points from the remote CME to the HQ CME for the PSTN numbers.  And conversely, you'll have dial-peers on HW to point the remote site's DIDs back to that device.

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