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Can a router connected to E1 circuits place a call in queue?

Hi all...this is a theoretical question for a college assignment. I want to connect international IP inbound calls to a router in building A, this router will be connected to 4 E1's (Europe) going to a PABX in building B, that host the ACD and distributes the calls to the contact center agents. Now, if the 120 DS0's (4 E1's) are in use and a new international IP inbound call arrives to the router in building A, he will not find a voice circuit to route the call to the PABX in building B, so it should send a busy tone to the caller. What I'm trying to see is, if the router in building A can place this new call in queue until a 64 kbps channel (from the 4 E1's) is available, routing this call through this channel to the PABX in building B in order to reach an agent, and how it should be configured. Thanks, Kike.

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Re: Can a router connected to E1 circuits place a call in queue?

Good thaught but wonder if the telco ud ever be able to forward the 121st call to ur router (i,e E1 circuits) without any curcuit being free??......

if u find something please share with us as well

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