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pstn gateway failover --is it possible to have a snom360 using a pstn gateway directly?


mattlandis
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Hello,

 

I'm curious. We have several pbxnsip installs that have 1 pbxnsip server and phone at several locations. Sometimes they have pstn gateways at the "other" location too.

 

If WAN connectivity is lost, if the snom phone could register directly with the pstn gateway to accept a call, that would be great. Is this even possible theoretically? or something like it?

 

not urgent,

matt

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I'm curious. We have several pbxnsip installs that have 1 pbxnsip server and phone at several locations. Sometimes they have pstn gateways at the "other" location too.

 

If WAN connectivity is lost, if the snom phone could register directly with the pstn gateway to accept a call, that would be great. Is this even possible theoretically? or something like it?

 

Yes you can. The snom phones have a feature that defines which identity to use if the active one lost registration. If you point that to a secondary registration which goes to the PSTN gateway, it will automatically fail over. Hint: The second registration does not have to be "registered" (in the PBX that would be called a gateway trunk).

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