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Trying to split SIP trunks

Trying to split SIP trunks

Trying to split SIP trunks

I am trying to split SIP trunk channels on a system.
It is a surgery and they also have a small separate surgery within them that will be using 2 trunks, but at the moment we cant limit the mto 2 so they end up taking calls and eatign up the main surgery trunks.

Any idea how to correctly split them and lock them down?

We have 10 for main site and 2 for small surgery.
I have set the small surgery to use their DDI number but it doesnt stop them from using only 2.
Within incoming call route the DDI is set to line group 10 though (the main surgery SIP line group), if I set it to 11 to match the DDI configured in the URI it doesnt work, and cant get incoming calls either.

System is IPO500 v2 9.1.8. Sip provided by Gamma (UK)
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RE: Trying to split SIP trunks

Make your line group 11 URI look just like the main group using wildcards. You can set their outbound caller id in the SIP tab on the users. Then you should be able to route that number in your ICR on line group 11 and make a user rights short code to make sure the smaller group can only dial out line group 11.

RE: Trying to split SIP trunks

ill give it a go thanks for the response.

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