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I have a question about the trunk failover option that is not covered in the WIKI If you set the trunk failover to "on all codes" it gives you a timer. The timer is not documented. I am assuming that the timer allows for failover if you do not receive a responce from the remote system, how long you should wait before failing to the next trunk. My question is, is if this is the case, is the timer measuring until it gets the first packet back from the remote system, or is it counting until the call goes into a specific state such as connected?

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I have a question about the trunk failover option that is not covered in the WIKI If you set the trunk failover to "on all codes" it gives you a timer. The timer is not documented. I am assuming that the timer allows for failover if you do not receive a responce from the remote system, how long you should wait before failing to the next trunk. My question is, is if this is the case, is the timer measuring until it gets the first packet back from the remote system, or is it counting until the call goes into a specific state such as connected?

 

Ops, seems the "Request Timeout" was not covered in the trunk settings - check out the updated http://wiki.pbxnsip.com/index.php/Trunk_Settings.

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