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ravelord

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Is there a possibility to configure a backup (route) for incoming calls? My SIP provider provided me with a main/backup hostname and I'm not seeing an option to configure.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

the backup hostname is not yet supported.

Vladimir
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ravelord

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Is it on the roadmap? In what release would it be introduced? Thanks already for the fast reply.

[Updated on: Wed, 11 January 2012 09:49]

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@Vladimir,
I hear also this request more and more.

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Carlo Turk
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2the Maxx Technology

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ravelord wrote on Wed, 11 January 2012 09:13
Is there a possibility to configure a backup (route) for incoming calls? My SIP provider provided me with a main/backup hostname and I'm not seeing an option to configure.


We are also dealing with this issue. Our SIP providers are using more than one incoming gateways. We can configure just one in Operator. If incoming is one of the other IP's, Operator is blocking the IP.

Vladimir, I think it is very helpful to put this feature in one of the upcoming releases.

Ron
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ravelord

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Anything on the roadmap yet regarding this?
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