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Configuring AudioCode E-SBC for Remote Users

Configuring AudioCode E-SBC for Remote Users

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Looked on the AudioCode website and i do not find anything that would suggest that this is possible. does anyone know or have a working config for a remote office to use the SBC to make connection and register with the PBX that is behind the SBC.

So in other words i have a PBX connected to an E-SBC that has a sip trunk to telco. I have a remote office that i would like to add to the current PBX and have the users register to the PBX. With an Adtran setup, we configured remote phones on the SBC with registration info and then the SBC registered to the PBX for those users.

Looking for similar setup for AudioCode SBC if possible.


Thanks
Brian

To error is human.....if the machine doesnt work, then KICK IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!

RE: Configuring AudioCode E-SBC for Remote Users

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Anyone with an idea about this? Anyone?


Brian

To error is human.....if the machine doesnt work, then KICK IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!

RE: Configuring AudioCode E-SBC for Remote Users

You can do an INI-file with the SBC Wizard for remote users so I guess it should work =)

http://www.audiocodes.com/sbc-wizard

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: Configuring AudioCode E-SBC for Remote Users

We have our remote users using AC 420HD phones registering through our Mediant 2600 SBC's and then to our ININ PBX. We put a generic certificate on the phones and my Network Team made a Microsoft cert for the SBC. You need to make sure you have far-end user(FEU) licenses on your SBC to allow the phones to register to the device. We have it using TLS and the sound quality is great.

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