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E1 Tie Trunk CM 5.2 to IPO 11

E1 Tie Trunk CM 5.2 to IPO 11

E1 Tie Trunk CM 5.2 to IPO 11

Hi Everyone,

Just asking if this will work? and if you have some document to share, please let me know. thanks!

Is there need a license for this on IPO? What line subtype should I use?

RE: E1 Tie Trunk CM 5.2 to IPO 11

Yes, it would work

Yes you need a license.

qsig would do the trick.

It's pretty straight forward..

And no, we do not have some documentation. Just follow a course at avaya, and you will learn..

RE: E1 Tie Trunk CM 5.2 to IPO 11

Thanks Okkie! Will do this tomorrow :)

RE: E1 Tie Trunk CM 5.2 to IPO 11

Hi Okkie,

Also this is IPO SE, should we still need the voice networking License?

RE: E1 Tie Trunk CM 5.2 to IPO 11

If you use QSIG you would need Voice Networking licenses.

If you set it up as a regular PRI as I suggested when you asked the question in the earlier thread you only need regular PRI licenses for the channels needed.

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

RE: E1 Tie Trunk CM 5.2 to IPO 11

Hi Janni,

In our current setup we dont have a voice networking licenses only we do have PRI license. In PRI Licenses, is it enough to tie trunk on CM? If it's enought, what line subtype wshould we use?

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