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3.7 question

3.7 question

3.7 question

(OP)
I have a well maintained 3.7 system with 48 sets and a PRI. Customer wants to network this system via VPN to another BCM 50 R6 . Is that possible with a 400 3.7? Would I need SIP Gateway or VOIP Gateway keycode and MCDN?

RE: 3.7 question

Yes, I would say that it was possible using SIP or H323.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

Website = http://somertel.com
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RE: 3.7 question

H323 is available on the 3.7, but I don't see SIP gateways as an available keycode until 4.0, unless my list is incomplete. MCDN/Q.SIG is only required for centralized voicemail. If they just want to make private calls between the systems then only VOIP trunks would be required.

Brian Cox
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RE: 3.7 question

(OP)
One system is 3 digit, the other 4 digit extensions. Would that have to change?

The 3 digit system has target lines with 4 rec'd digits. I'm trying to avoid a complete reprogramming of either system.

RE: 3.7 question

I think that the private target lines for each system will need to have one assigned to each extension number to allow incoming calls to get through.

Firebird Scrambler

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