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IP Office 3.0 SCN setup help

IP Office 3.0 SCN setup help

IP Office 3.0 SCN setup help

I am going to have 6 sites with Centralized VM. I am looking at the Job aids for both SCN and centralized VM and not sure on the VoIP trunking.

Do I need to set up just 1 VoIP trunk from the remotes to the Main site in order for all the sites to be able to dial each other. Or will I have to set up 5 VoIP trunks per site in order to dial other sites? The main site is going to be a 412 if that makes a differnce.. and I have enough VCMs for this.

RE: IP Office 3.0 SCN setup help

Setup 1 voip trunk from each site to the main site. The main site obviously has 5 voip trunks.

Disable Direct media path on all the voip trunks.

On the remote sites setup the LCR to send route calls for all site extensions to use one voip trunk to the main site.

On the main site setup LCR routes to match the voip trunks.

SCN works best in this hub and spoke method.

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