I`m now looking to roll out a pilot with a small number of users off the PABX in the remote location but keep the connection to the local PABX via a Q Sig GW
All outgoing calls from the pilot users at the remote site will be via a SRST router on site connecting via a Q Sig. to the local PABX. I will set up a route pattern pointing to the local Qsig GW via the PABX so to route calls to the PABX
PABX >>>>>>>SRST router
The idea is that if a PABX user dials an IPT pilot user, the PABX is configured to route the call to the local QSig/ SRST GW
The SRST GW has a dial-peer with a destination pattern of the Pilot IPT users pointing to the of the CCM
Call Signalling goes to the CCM
The CCM instructs the call to the local IPT pilot user- - where does the Voice traffic route via ? - local to the router i.e only call control is across the WAN but voice is on the local LAN or via the WAN ? i.e Remote site >>>>Central CCM>>>>>Remote site >>>>>Pilot IPT handsets
Thanks for the reply, what I trying to do for the pilot is to have no voice across the WAN.
IPT to IPT calls on the remote site- RTP lcoal on their LAN
So calls from the remote IPT handsets will go via the PABX conenct via their SRST/ Qsig GW.-
Calls form the Central IPT CCM to PABX will go via PSTN so again not WAN traffic
Calls from Central IPT handsets to remote IPT handsets will again goes via PSTN/ PABX
I`m happy with the above
Calls from the PABX to the Pilot IPT on its own site- I need confirmation on
PABX sends the call request to the SRST/Qsig GW it is connected to. Call Signalling goes across the WAN to CCM- happy with this , Remote IPT handset at the PAXB site rings- where does the speech path - acorss the WAN or local?
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