Ethernet SIP Trunk

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  1. velez

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    I need to add a second Ethernet card to a server since the SIP provider has a direct connection to its site. One card would go to the inhouse lan which has a gateway to the internet. Long distance calls would go thru a different provider thru the internet gateway. Locals calls would go thru a analog cards. Inbound calls would go thru the SIP provider with its direct connection.

    My question is this routing is done with the SIP.conf or in the Linux routing.
     
  2. danardf

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    I think that if you have 2 eth devices, you must add some route with route cmd.

    #route add ... (see the following link)
    One route for each ethernet device.

    After, there's different trunk with these different outbound routes on each ethernet card.

    There's another solution?
    This soltution is good?
     
  3. velez

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    Thank You, I have looked already in Google for a solution and found this site which explains route in a very detailed way (and in English)

    http://www.linuxhomenetworking.com/wiki ... Networking

    But I saw at the trixbox site that someone did it with the sip.conf but it is not very well explained. My other solution is a multi-WAN router and connect the SIP Trunk to it.
     

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