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Sip trunk nortel to Astersik working half way

Sip trunk nortel to Astersik working half way

Sip trunk nortel to Astersik working half way


I am configuring asterisk to work with my CS1K. I can call via SIP from Asterisk with Ip phone to CS1K Nortel IP phone, that works, perfect sounds quality. Now I want to be able to call from Nortel to Asterisk and I am not sure what I need to configure on Nortel? I think Asterisk is ready to get the call, but I don't know where to add the asterisk server ip address on Nortel ? Anyone could help? I am happy to describe more of this solutions when it works.


RE: Sip trunk nortel to Astersik working half way

You will have to build the Asterisk device as an endpoint in the NRS.  After that, you will probably create a CDP entry that points the calls up to the NRS from the PBX.

RE: Sip trunk nortel to Astersik working half way

thanks... but can you tell me how to register my Asterisk as endpoint? Where should I go (element Manager, CLI) ? I then need to enter the ip of asterisk...and create CDP for all XXXX range go to the end point... If you could describe a bit the way to do it that would be fantastic.

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