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Best practice about dial-peer creating when using analog lines

Hi,

I am trying to find out what is the best practice when creating dial-peer for analog lines on CME, should I use trunk group or create separate dial-peer for each FXO ports? If I use trunk group, is there any advantage ( lesser dial-peer)  or disadvantage?

Thanks!

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Best practice about dial-peer creating when using analog lines

The advantage of trunk groups is that a single dial peer can point to for instance PSTN, rather then multiple dialpeers, with varying preference, each pointing to a separate FXO. Funtionally I can't see much difference. So I guess it also comes down to personal preference.


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what a bullcrap rating for that correct answer. Let me help fix it.

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