[Freeswitch-users] VoIP gateway with PRI
yehavi.bourvine at gmail.com
Sun Feb 10 12:21:25 MSK 2013
I just checked with our Audiocodes support, and you can do what you want.
In order to route a call from one PRI to the other, you insert an entry in
Tel->IP: the destination is localhost.
IP->Tel - the source is either any or localhost.
2013/2/7 Mimiko <vbvbrj at gmail.com>
> I want to propose for purchasing a VoIP gateway to connect some PRI
> lines with FS. Basic operation has to be routing like this:
> One line PRI will be connected to phone provider. Some calls to certain
> numbers thru this connection must be routed to FS via IP. Other
> destination numbers must be routed to second PRI connection for legacy
> PBX for analog phones. So the VoIP gateway must have two PRI (T1/E1)
> connections and two LAN connection for failover.
> After a while this VoIP gateway will be as a tehnology converter from IP
> to PRI. So LAN connectors will be used for connection to FS in a
> failover manner. And two PRI connectors will be used to connect to
> legacy PBX which have two PRI inputs to handle 60 concurrent connection.
> I've spotted three models:
> 1) Patton SN4951/4E60V2GS/EUI 4T1/E1/PRI 60 VoIP Channels G.SHDSL for
> 2) Audiocodes Mediant 1000 M1K-D2 2T1/E1 for $3,800
> 3) Sangoma Vega 400 2 T1/E1 Digital Gateway for $4,437
> Which of this is a better working solution with failover and extended
> call routing plans?
> Mimiko desu.
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