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SIP trunk Inteliquent as the provider

SIP trunk Inteliquent as the provider

SIP trunk Inteliquent as the provider

Hello everyone
I have a member that has added a SIP line to his Avaya IP Office. His provider wants to see the Ip address of his firewall instead of the address of the IP Office. The SIP line is working but they require it to be set up in this manner.
Any ideas?
Any help is much appreciated.

RE: SIP trunk Inteliquent as the provider

Put the IP in network topology, put the sip line to use that lan1 (or lan2) topology.

I used to be an ACE. Now I'm just an Arse.

RE: SIP trunk Inteliquent as the provider

thanks AACon !!!

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