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Oneself gateway can be part of two different Route Group?

Oneself gateway can be part of two different Route Group?.

That alternatives have so that the route pattern GSM can use the gateway PSTN (192.168.20.8)once the gateway GSM(192.16.20.9)no longer has available voice channels.

Knowing that the pattern pstn uses the gateway pstn (192.168.20.8)directly,

As I can make possible the scenario that I show in the picture?.

Additional data:

the two gateways are H.323

CCM version is 3.34

available voice channels on the gateway PSTN : 60 (sixteen)ch

available voice channels on the gateway GSM : 04 (four)ch

please Help me friends

Thanks

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Re: Oneself gateway can be part of two different Route Group?

A gateway can be part of only one route group. You can use the same route-groups across multiple route-lists. So in your case I would do the following,

a. Put 192.168.20.8 in Route-group A (PSTN gateway)

b. Put 192.168.20.9 in Route-group B (GSM gateway)

c. Create Route-list 1 -> Put route-group B on top, and then add route-group A.

d. Create Route-list 2 -> This will have only route-group A.

Point route pattern 9.9XXXXXX to route-list 2

Point route pattern 9.975XXXXX to route-list 1

HTH

Sankar

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Re: Oneself gateway can be part of two different Route Group?

Thank you Sankar friend

your help served me enough

thanks

Willy

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