Inbound Routes

Discussion in 'General' started by sublimecantona, May 18, 2010.

  1. sublimecantona

    May 18, 2010
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    Hi all
    i have the following setup on ELastix

    Box A - has the FXO card connecting to the PSTN line - this acts as the gateway
    Box B - this has all the dialplans, voicemails, IVR etc

    there is a SIP trunk between both boxes- users register with BOx B, and then external calls are routed through Box B and out via BOX A

    this works fine

    the problem i have and what im trying to achieve is the Inbound calls

    I want it so that when the telephone no is called, it hits BOx A (the gateway) which then forward/routes the call to Box B (where the IVR and extensions are) finally hitting the handset/.

    Is this at all possible?
    If so how can this be achieved?

    Many Thanks
  2. jgutierrez

    Feb 28, 2008
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    Yes, it can be achieved, you will need to do the following:

    1. Set the outbound routes on ElastixA, all the DIDs that you receive must be configured as outbound routes
    2. Change the context of your trunks, instead of from-pstn or from-zaptel, change them to outbound-allroutes
    3. Configure on your ElastixB the inbound routes for the DIDs that you receive on ElastixA

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