I have a 2811 router with two VIC2-4FXO cards installed. I want to be able to make external calls from one IP phone through 4 ports only. Calls from the same IP Phone should never go through the remaining 4 ports. Please how do I go about it.The configurations are a little bit confusing to me.
Now, I have a CCM4.1 with several phones registerred to it. My gateway is 2811 router. I have two 4 ports FXO cards on the router, that provides connection for 8 PSTN lines. One of the FXO cards (4 ports) has eacd of the ports directed to 4 different Executive IP Phones (DNs 1023, 1006, 1004 and 1055. The other 4 port FXO card is meant for the Operator. It is expected that the operator should not receive any calls at all, but should be able to make external calls through any port on the second FXO card ONLY. the operator should never make calls through the first FXO card.
My challenge is this: I have configured (on he router) 1023, 1006, 1004 and 1055 to be able to make and receive calls ONLY through their respective FXO ports. But whem I try to make exteranl calls (PSTN) from Operator's phone (DN 1016), it roams through any of the 8 FXO cards.
Call routing through particular ports can be possible ,you have to configure the gateway as MGCP .Then add your FXO ports in the Gateway.Configure Route Group and put your designated 4 FXO ports in that roiutegroup.
Then Create Route list and call your previously configured Route group in to that.
Then Create Route pattern and Assign this Route List.
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