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Connecting Vonage service to a cisco router

All,

I have a vonage dial tone that connect to a fxo port on a cisco(2821). The cisco router connect to a remote 2621XM and a NEC PBX. Ihave programed a dial dial that allow a remote user to dial a code for Ex123 to pull a dial tone from the Vonage adapter and dial out. The problem I am facing is Capacity. Since I can only get 4 FXO per card I need a large amount of FXO ports 50 in order to provide this service to remote offices worldwide in my company. I tried to experiment with an FXS ports since I can order the 12 ports module and I found the minute I plug the Vonage Analog port to the FXS ports it goes offhook and if you issue the show voice call, it shows in park mode. Is ther a solution where I can use the FXS ports instaed the FXO ports. Any Configuration hints will be great. Any Technology Advise on this type of setup will be gratly appreciated.

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Sounds like you need a SIP

Sounds like you need a SIP provider rather than more FXO ports?

 

If I understand correctly you are using a Cisco FXO port to connect to a Vonage box which is simply converting an analogue phone into a SIP end point?

 

If you have a SIP trunk you can have a many concurrent calls as you have bandwidth for!

 

Hope I have understood your issue correctly!


Matty

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