@nielsen I guess that’s sort of my problem. I’m uncertain as to how I go about directly incoming or outgoing calls through it? As an example, typically for inbound routes, when I’m testing, I will set the destination to an extension and everything works out. Or with outbound, I just tell it which trunk I want the calls to go out on. I can’t seem to make the connection of how to tie the pri into that equation?
UPDATE BEFORE I POST THIS: Okay, before posting, I did a bit more digging. I noticed that there was a DAHDI Trunk in the Trunk creation menu. Now, I went in there and looked around, but I was still confused because I expected to see a “Device” selection and I didn’t find that. However, I then noticed that under dahdi Settings, there is a identifier setting that is, by default, set to g0. I went in to the configuration of the pri card and noticed that it’s “group” is set to 0. Is it safe to assume that this is how I get the PRI in to the mix? By creating a DAHDI Trunk for group 0? In that way, I could select that trunk as a destination, so I think the setup would look something like this:
Inbound Route: PSTN Trunk -> g0 Trunk -> Legacy PBX
Outbound Route: Legacy PBX -> g0 Trunk -> PSTN Trunk
Is that correct or partially correct?
Thank you again for your help. It’s much appreciated.