can i send incoming call to router cisco

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  1. mila

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    i have network like my attached file ...i have success to interconnecting 2 server of my server, but my problem is how i can route all incoming call from server 1 (192.168.0.10) to telephone analog number by server 2 (10.14.200.10) ... [​IMG]
     
  2. mila

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    i have scenario,
    if ext 2000(192.168.0.10) call pstn analog number example (022)7564108
    so, the server on (10.14.200.10) to be direct incoming call to cisco router
    but ext 2000 can to call ext 3000 on 10.14.200.10 too
     
  3. Patrick_elx

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    I'm not sure that I fully understand your setup,
    but if your server 192.168.0.10 is seen by 10.14.200.10 as an extension then every call from 192.168.0.10 will use the normal outbound route from 10.14.200.10 ie your cisco router.

    I have a setup kind of similar.

    I have two offices in two different countries.
    The secondary office has a trunk that is connecting to the primary office.
    The secondary office is seen as an extension from the primary office.

    The secondary office has also some other trunk for local calls. But the route to the primary office is used for outbound calls in the country of the primary office.
     
  4. toffee09

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    Your setup has with same on our company. May we know what I need to reconfigure in order for that to function.

    Upon checking on elastix FOP, the extension always inactive, resulting to unable to contact it. However, outgoing on extension has no problem.

    We had Cisco 2800 on primary and secondary office. We also had E1 leased line as network connection for office 1 and 2.

    Thanks,
    Chris
     

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