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IgorM
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Hello all,

 

I am new to the community, so pardon me if I am submitting the question to the wrong section.

 

 

I am working on configuring call routing between my cisco 3850 voice gateway and pbxnsip server. For testing purposes I have configured a simple dial-peer on cisco to route a single number towards the pbxnsip.

 

How should I configure the connection between the pbxnsip and the cisco router? Should the link be of type 'Sip Gateway' or 'Sip Trunk'?

 

I would appreciate if someone could point me in the right direction,

 

 

Thanks,

 

-igor

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How should I configure the connection between the pbxnsip and the cisco router? Should the link be of type 'Sip Gateway' or 'Sip Trunk'?

 

You should use a trunk and configure it as gateway. Make sure that you set the outbound proxy. That should be enough for a simple configuration.

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You should use a trunk and configure it as gateway. Make sure that you set the outbound proxy. That should be enough for a simple configuration.

 

 

what is the difference between the 'SIP Gateway' and 'Outbound Proxy' ?

Also, in both of these options there is a required 'password' field - what that field should be set to if the other end of the trunk is a simple cisco router sip gateway?

 

Thanks!

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what is the difference between the 'SIP Gateway' and 'Outbound Proxy' ?

Also, in both of these options there is a required 'password' field - what that field should be set to if the other end of the trunk is a simple cisco router sip gateway?

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

Here is a similar post that might help you. :huh:

 

http://forum.pbxnsip.com/index.php?showtop...art=#entry13274

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