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Hi, We are installed sv9100 in

Hi, We are installed sv9100 in

Hi, We are installed sv9100 in

We are installed sv9100 in 3 location.3 sv9100 link via sip trunk.system A and system B have a some Extension number
Example: system A-300 to 399
System B-300 to 399
System C-300 to 399

How I do call from system to system using different access code through Extension calls.


RE: Hi, We are installed sv9100 in

First if possible don't duplicate extensions between sites. It makes it easier.

Simply set 1,2 and 4 as F-Route. Each site will be dialed as 13XX, 23XX or 43XX.

Then in F-Route define the path to the SIP turnks. You will need to strip your leading digit so only the extension is passed to the SIP trunk.

You would be better served also to use CCIS rather than sending calls to the SIP trunks. That requires licensing and a point to point VPN of course.

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