i have 2 AS5300 each with 4 T1 Ports, lets name it AS1 and AS2. How can I create an automatic failover on both equipments, like for example if I ran out voice ports on AS1 can it be possible to automatically route the call to AS2 trunks. If yes, what command should I use and how ? Does anybody has a documents or scenarios that I can read for my objective to work.
I'm using this 2 AS5300 for our prepaid platform, and this could be problem on the future.
AS1 --> Quintum D3000 --> AAA Server
AS2 --> Quintum D2400 --> AAA Server
If I connect the AS1 and AS2 via T1 cable, how can I create a failover between those T1 trunks?
Thanks, I hope that someone might try to help me out on this.
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