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IP-TRUNK which directed to two sites

IP-TRUNK which directed to two sites

IP-TRUNK which directed to two sites

Hi everyone
  I have 3 locations in different sites which connect via network. I have installed IP trunk along them. But , there is one thing which makes confused me . I have made 2 trunks to go to different sites , is that right ; otherwise , can i do this over one IP trunk  ?

RE: IP-TRUNK which directed to two sites

If both sites are part of 1 WAN or LAN, trunks can be administered virtually in the same bandwith. So making 2 trunks shouldn't be a problem, when using the same network/pipeline.
For short, an IP-trunk shouldn't be seen as a physical line...
That's aal I can say to your question. If you need more info, please be somewhat more specific.

Hope 2 hear

Kind Regards,
Maarten Copini

-Please let me know if this was of any help-

RE: IP-TRUNK which directed to two sites

   i know these , the problem is not like that. my pbxs have six ip trunk ports in each site. And i have to divide these ports . So my question is that do i have to divide this ports into two trunks ? Or can i go to two sides over one ip trunk. Because in ip trunk , we have installed one signalling channel and one signaling channel goes to only one site.  also i use AAR table and members of all PBX dial
only extension number and then calls goes to udp table and then aar table then route pattern , finally these calls follow this steps and in route pattern  calls goes to site which have to reach . Actually, i have six ip ports and i donĀ“t want to divide these ports. Is it possible ?

   Thanks for help.

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