Can I use the trunk of peered c2911 router as a PBX on remote location with another pbx?
I have one cisco routers as a pbx and one non cisco pbx router at different locations. Both PBX routers are peered to call at each others extensions. Cisco PBX router has isdn bri and fxo trunk line connection it. Cisco PBX router has extensions 5001, 5002, 5003....so on. Non Cisco PBX router has extensions 1001, 1002, 1003....so on. I am able to make calls on each others extensions directly.
How can I use the FXO and ISDN trunk lines of cisco router from the another location of non cisco pbx router?
Simply, there are two IP PBX routers. One router is Cisco2911 and another PBX is Non Cisco (Grandstreem). Both PBX are trunked (peered). Therefore, I can make calls on each others local extensions. What I need is to use the local trunk lines of one pbx from the extension of another PBX. Is it possible to do that?
If any confusion let me know. i will try my best to explain.
IP Phones (5001, 5002) --------FXO and BRI port 2911 -----sip dial-peer to --------grand-----FXO port Grand----IP Phones (1001,1002)
My question is that Can I make call from grand pbx phone (1001) to outside telephone number using the FXO or BRI port of Cisco2911? For example, I make call using line 1001 to any outside telephone number but I want to establish connection using the trunk port in 2911 router not fxo grand.
In Your flowchart mentioned above in your post, Can I make call from analog phone 2 to outside world telephone number using the port fxo 2911?
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