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separate the different prefix traffic by E1 trunk

I have an AS5350 voice gateway. How can I separate the different calls by E1 trunks ?

ex:

02T ---> the first E1

03T ---> the second E1

Thanks

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Re: separate the different prefix traffic by E1 trunk

Via dial-peers

dial-peer voice 1 pots

dest 02T

port

dial-peer voice 2 pots

dest 03T

port

New Member

Re: separate the different prefix traffic by E1 trunk

Thank you for your reply and I am sorry I missed some information.

The AS 5300 uses ISUP to connect to TDM switch. That means we use the Cisco SS7 solution.

So there's no one D channel for each E1.

Re: separate the different prefix traffic by E1 trunk

Well.

If you use SS7 solution so you must use some kind

of softswitch ( ala PGW ) so all dialplan you hold

there. So all call routing you must configure on

this softswitch. I donn't know SS7 wery well

but suppose that this is done via CIC.

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Re: separate the different prefix traffic by E1 trunk

Thank you very much

Cisco Employee

Re: separate the different prefix traffic by E1 trunk

Jeremy,

How is your NAS connected to the PGW. Are you using RLM or are you backhauling the E1's. Either way if you need to treat each E1 differently, then each will need its own d channel, so that you can associate each one to a different RLM group or trunkgroup.

Please clarify your topology, and interconnection. I.E are you using the PGW in a "nailed" or "switched" mode.

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