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interconnecting 2811 and 3620

I have 2811 ruter installed with FXS card. I have a FXO card but since its not supported on 2811, i therefore installed it in 3620. How will i interconnect these routers having FXS card on one router and FXO card on the other??

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Re: interconnecting 2811 and 3620

Hi,

I am not quite sure, what you would like to achieve with this setup, but you can use a "normal" analog telephone cable with RJ11 connectors.

FXS will be the PBX side and FXO will be the telephone side of the connection.

Hope this helps!

Regards, Martin

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Re: interconnecting 2811 and 3620

Connect them with ethernet and confgure the appropriate dial-peers. Generally speaking, for a given destination-pattern, the dial-peer will of pots type on one router, and voip on the other.

You can use either H.323 or SIP for this.

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