Sip Trunk

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  1. lcontreras

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    Hi,

    I would like to know the steps in order to join two elastix, I have the following specifications:

    PBX A with the ip 10.0.0.5 and with a sip extension configured 2020.
    PBX B with the ip 10.0.0.6 and with a sip extension configured 4040.

    The goal is that the PBX A calls PBX B and PBX B calls PBX A.

    Thanks a lot for any help.
     
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    Thanks a lot , but I was checking the page that you point and the manual talks about STUN.
     
  6. dwells

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    if both of your servers are inside your network you probably don't need to use STUN services. Just setup 2 IAX2 Trunks to point to each other in a PEER/FREIND setup with registration string. This is how we setup our 3 global servers, and still don't use STUN, as NAT'ing is not an issue here.

    From my previous post look at example 2 i think it was...
    this can all be done from the Elastix or FreePBX interfaces. The examples can be copied into the trunk setup. Then add in and out routes for those trunks.
    you can add other things like qualify=yes to get ping times etc.
     

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