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Quintum Setup PBX and International

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    IP Phone
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    Hi, I recently acquired to AS FXS/FXO boxes and I will like to configure as follows :

    a) both boxes will be within a private network. They will be connected to a PBX using the extensions FXO port.
    b) On each I need to make them call each other using extensions. For example, dialing 111 reaches gateway “B” and gives me a second dial tone, I will dial now the second extension number at pbx “B” to be able to communicate will people at location B
    c) I also need to place calls internationally using a voip partner using quintum / cisco.
    d) Is a cdr server sufficient for both gateways or I need to use a separatee one for each gateway ?

    Can someone provide me some light as to how I should configure the boxes. As of right now, I am confused with what is a border element, and the dial plan. In addition, this configuration will grow in the future because I will add more offices.

    Lets say i put this is a company,

    what will i need to charge them for each call placed ? do i need another gk, gw to control the outgoing calls for international service ? or can this all be configured in one side.

    Your help is appreciated.

    #27521 Reply
    Telcom Products
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    If you want to charge and block calls based on accounts you’ll need a radius server. If you want to block by digits dialed, the dialplan will get you by. You configuration though is very simple.
    mattg@telcomproducts.com

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