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PBX to PBX using 1721

Is it possible to connect two PBXs together with 1721?

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Re: PBX to PBX using 1721

No. You can't do it.

hth,

nick

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Re: PBX to PBX using 1721

This is a voice capable router, so you should be able to. Doing hairpin analog calls should be something very manageable.

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Re: PBX to PBX using 1721

Hi Eldho,

Apologies. The data sheet I was looking at grouped the 1721 with the 1751-V. It didn't sound right, but I wasn't going to argue with a data sheet.

So the correct answer is no - you would need a 1751-V minimum to connect two PBXs together.

hth,

nick

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Re: PBX to PBX using 1721

I guess the two PBX are at different sites. If so, then you shoud be able to integrate them using two VG or two Voice capable router with analog or digital trunks.

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That i know....But the question is it to possible with 1721 router???

Re: PBX to PBX using 1721

No. You can't do it.

hth,

nick

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