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.
PABX will connect with the gateway over trunk line like E1 in the config examples in the above url. so the call will come in the gateway over E1 and since the trunks are nailed up between two gateway, based on the number dialed like 6000 or 8000 the call will be forwarded to appropriate voice-port as configured under the dial-peer.
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