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Telling pbxnsip how many concurrent calls a trunk can handle


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Are CO lines the only way to let pbxnsip know how many concurrent calls a particular trunk can handle? For example, if I have two trunks and trunk A can handle 5 calls while trunk B can handle only one, would pbxnsip know to use trunk B for the 6th outbound call (assuming the dial plan is setup correctly) without CO lines?

 

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Are CO lines the only way to let pbxnsip know how many concurrent calls a particular trunk can handle? For example, if I have two trunks and trunk A can handle 5 calls while trunk B can handle only one, would pbxnsip know to use trunk B for the 6th outbound call (assuming the dial plan is setup correctly) without CO lines?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

You can also specify which line can be only invound and which one can be only outbound. "co1:i" would be only inbound, "co2:o" would be only outbound.

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