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Round robbin 'g FXO ports

Hello.

I'd like to know how to route calls through various FXO ports in a round-robbin fashion.

The default way to work is "first-available", but I have two cell-land-lines that I'd like to use in a balanced manner, because the first one is ending its minutes quickly and I have to swap them manually after a couple of weeks.

Thanks for your answers.

Javier

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Re: Round robbin 'g FXO ports

Hello,

What signaling protocol are you using?  If using dial-peers on your voice gateway (h323 or sip) then maybe something like this:

!

trunk group myfxo

hunt-scheme round-robin

!

voice-port 0/1/0

description fxo line 1

trunk-group myfxo

!

voice-port 0/1/1

description fxo line 2

trunk-group myfxo

!

dial-peer voice pots

description offnet to whatever

trunkgroup myfxo

!

If you are using CUCM and MGCP, then look at Route Group configs.

HTH.

Regards,
Bill

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Re: Round robbin 'g FXO ports

I've tried the hunt-scheme round-robbin command, but it doesn't seems to work.

Maybe for a T1/E1 it could work (I haven't tried it), because a T1/E1 has several channels, but it looks like a FXO port is only one channel itself and it always goes from "voice-port 0/1/0 channel 1" back to "voice-port 0/1/0 channel 1" without moving to the second port.... or something like that.

Any other suggestion?

Thanks,

Javier

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