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CME 3.3 and ITSP

I have CME 3.3 in cisco 2651 and I have 3 ethernet interfaces.

I can telephone between the internal devices without problems.

If I want to telephone to the PSTN and I don't have PSTN cards installed in the chassis, Is there any possibility to route the calls to a ITSP and going to the PSTN?

If yes, Which requirements I need? Is it possible to assign DDI numbers of foreign countries?

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Re: CME 3.3 and ITSP

It depends on what kind of protocol the VOIP service provider uses. You may use dial-peers (voip) on the router and send the call as a H323 or SIP call. you can set up either dial-peers and point to a telco's gateway ip address. If they will route your international calls you definitely can set up patterns to route calls to foreign countries.

HTH

Sankar

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