Help setting up Elastix to use epygi FXO gw

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  1. GadoDado

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    Hello everyone I need help setting up Elastix pbx so it can use epygi FXO gateway any and all help will be appreciated
     
  2. rafael

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    I actually never installed one of those gateways, but you should creat a SIP trunk from Elastix and then the outgoing routes.

    regards,

    rafael
     
  3. GadoDado

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    the configuration that work for me was:

    on epygi FXO gateway:
    1.- route all sip traffic using the call routing rules
    2.- outgoing call: On the Epygi box, you need to go to Telephony-> Call Routing Table, and add a rule to send all calls to the FXO ports. it should be something like "prefix=*, call type=FXO, Any Port". In that case Elastix will send the PSTN number to Epygi box, and it will route that directly to through one of available FXO ports.
    3.- for Incoming calls: FXO settings have assign a routing pattern to the FXO (in my case i give them a 656 value to all call coming on all FXO ports and on the routing rules there was one for that pattern and it will send the call to a SIP destination with out a user name and password and that will send all traffic to the Elastix box.

    on Elastix:
    Using the Elastix Without Tears Installation Guide (the Epygi FXO gateway is configured as a Sipura SPA3000 as a PSTN) and for incoming call one inbound route with any DID/ any CID did the tick and it was also necessary to allow anonymous inbound SIP call on Elastix General Settings menu
     

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