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26th January 2007 at 01:36 #31304RomanoGuest
I have a dx2030, with PSTN on port 1 and the PBX on port2, I want to do:
1. All calls from PSTN goes to IP route
2. A specific ANI from PSTN goes to specific ip route
ex. 2106000 goes to 220.127.116.11
2106005 goes to 18.104.22.168
3. Same as 2, with IP routing from the PBX side.
I very apreciate your help.
Romano26th January 2007 at 13:23 #31305MikeM to RomanoGuest
Unfortunately, the quintum will not route calls based on ANI, only on the Destination number. Therefore #2 and #3 above will not be possible with the DX.
email@example.com January 2007 at 00:24 #31306RomanoGuest
Thanks for your response, so how i do this based on destination number you can help me.
In case of N°1, I program it, but only calls to destination 5600 are routed, the others destination on the E1 are blocket not pass to ip route.
A very appreciate your help.27th January 2007 at 04:13 #31307MikeM to RomanoGuest
If you want to setup routing, you will need to use the static route (if using H323) settings where you designate the destination IP address and the number pattern to send.
firstname.lastname@example.org January 2007 at 19:31 #31308Romano to Mike MGuest
I already set the routes a need to know how configure each DNIS to specific IP route.
I configure DNIS xlation directory but did´n work.
You can bringme somre guide lines… thanks..28th January 2007 at 15:49 #31309MikeM to RomanoGuest
The inbound DNIS translation feature is used to change the number as it comes in from either a LCRG or TCRG, this feature does not do the actual routing. Again, for routing to specific IP addresses you must configure the DN pattern in each static route that you want to send calls to.
A quick example is if you have a dnis of 1212xxxxxxx and another of 44xxxxxxxxxx that you want to go to 2 different IP’s you create 2 sr’s with the correct IP address and in the first you set the dn pattern to 1212* and in the second you set the dn pattern to 44*.
If you need further assistance on this, please contact me directly.
email@example.com January 2007 at 20:29 #31310Romano To Mike MGuest
One more time, thanks for you asistant, I will try in this way I a let you Know if I need your help…Thanks..16th April 2007 at 06:32 #31311tenoruserGuest
regarding this routing, can the dx2060 be setup to route calls based on imcoming port.17th April 2007 at 00:16 #31312MikeM to tenoruserGuest
It may be possible depending on the connection (anlog or digtal) by separating ports to different tcrg adding different prefix for each groiup and routing based on the prefix you set for each group.