I am having trouble understanding the relation with the POTS / VOIP configs and the PABX. What does the PABX send to the router in relation to a call. The PABX is using DPNSS signaling.
Normally voice routers do inteligent call routing depending on your dial-peer voip configs, but the above document has 6000 & 8000 pots configs. Just wondering how the PABX fits into these configs. Do these 6000 & 8000 pots configs have any relation with the call coming from the PABX or are they just a number.
If anybody has done transparent CCS, could they possible send me a copy of their configs, excluding IP addresses(obviously) or point me to any more links with relavent information.
The dial peers created in a tccs environment are typically dummy dial peers local to only the router. you create connection trunks as described in the document and match voip dialpeers outbound on router A to pots dialpeers on router B and vice versa. This will establish the trunks and the IP legs of the calls will always be up. Then whenever the PBX siezes a channel and seds the signalling it passes transparently to the other side because the router passes it and does not intercept it and try to route/understand it.
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