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Need help with IAX and inbound routes

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(Christian Swanepoel) #1

Currently my setup
Main FreePBX Current PBX Version:14.0.11
and my 2nd site FreePBX 13.0.191.11

Currently at main we have an SIP provider bringing in 8 lines I need help setting it up so that the 2nd site can use 4 of the numbers assigned. so at inbound routes i have the 8 numbers i want 4 of them to go to ring group 600(extensions 201 - 220) for Main and ring group 681 for 2nd site (using extension 801,802,803,804) the 2 sites are connected thought vpn and use iax trunk so we can internally phone each other everything works and when they phone external it goes though us. I am struggling because for some reason when i add the 8xx extensions it won’t work sorry for the bad explanation really trying.

here is the IAX trunk settings
Main : trunk name Rustenburg
Peer details : deny=all
allow=g729&alaw
type=friend
host=192.168.x.x
qualify=yes
context=from-internal
and for 2nd site :
Trunk name : Office
Peer details :
deny=all
allow=g729&alaw
type=friend
host=192.168.x.x
qualify=yes
context=from-internal

really hope it helps not sure what else i can give to explain it better

Thank you


(Christian Swanepoel) #2

can anyone help me with this problem at all ?


#3

Create a Ring Group on the remote site that rings 801,802,803,804. Choose a number that will route to the remote site from the main site, e.g. if 8XX goes to remote site, you might choose 899.

Confirm that dialing 899 from an extension on the main site calls the ring group properly.

On the main site, create a Misc Destination with Dial set to 899.

Set the Inbound Route for the 4 DIDs to the Misc Destination.

Test.


(Christian Swanepoel) #4

Worked like a charm thank a lot wow was so simple also


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