We have a relatively small VoIP network consisting of one AS5300, a CCM server v.3.0.(8) and some IP Phones. Our AS5300 is registred with a gatekeeper at our up link provider side, in another country (I mean that we haven't access to the gatekeeper but we can ask them to make configuration changes we need). Currently we can place calls using the following schemes:
1. PSTN --> AS5300 --> UP Link Provider --> WORLD
2. PSTN --> AS5300 --> CCM --> IP Phone
3. IP Phone --> CCM --> AS5300 --> PSTN
IP Phone --> CCM --> ?????????? --> WORLD
By "?" I mean that we don't know what to do in order to make it possible to call to the World. Do we need a gatekeeper? If not, then probably our up link provider's gatekeeper should register our CCM or all IP Phones.
Please, if somebody knows anything concerning how to make calls from ip phones managed by CCM to the World, help me.
Re: Configuring CCM for VoIP calls to outside world
I'm sorry for my bad explanations. By "WORLD" and "outside world" I meant other countries.
What exactly we want to do:
We want to make calls from IP Phones to other countries over IP.
Currently we have a functioning VoIP network which works in the following way:
Client dials our PSTN number for ex. 3003xx, the calls gets to AS5300, the IVR application starts and after authentication it collects the dialed phone number(where the client wanted to call). All the number that begin with 00 for example are forwarded to our VoIP up link provider and I don't know what happens to them there but they reach their destination. And one more thing, the gatekeeper is at our provider side and all calls are managed from there.
I want to do the same thing with IP Phones. Is it possible for example, for a user who dials 00, the call to be forwarded to our VoIP provider and from there to reach its destination, to whatever country the user dialed.
Hope this time I explained better, if not tell me please and I'll make another attempt because this problem is very important for me.
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