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ravelord

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Would it be possible to connect 2 or more Operator boxes to each other if they have IP connectivity. This would be useful in a one company multi-site environment where each site would have its own external numbers but the internal numbers would be the same across the company.

Just checking if this was maybe already on the roadmap Smile Or would be a good feature to add in the future.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

You can configure a SIP interface as a "Link to another PBX" on both machines, each pointing to the other server. Leave proxy username/password empty on both interfaces and uncheck "Required to register".

You may need check the number rewriting rules as well - they are generated without prefix stripping because we assume the servers share the same phone number space. Maybe this will work for you, maybe you will need to tweak it.

Vladimir
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ravelord

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Thanks Vlad - oversaw manuals.kerio.com/operator/adminguide/en/sect-sipserver.html Smile
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rmccallu

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thanks, but basically this means that each user would have to be created in each pbx then forwarded to the external one? is that correct? i.e. extensions in San Antonio would be 200-249, Houston 150-199, Dallas 100-149. So I would have to create all of the users for each branch in all pbx's then set forward rules for the ones that are not local.
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silars

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You should be able to solve that using Call Routing and setting your outgoing routes properly (2 = SA, 3 = Houston, 4 = Dallas, etc.). You'd have to modify your extensions to accomodate this routing scheme and/or manage Re-writing. Routing is quite flexible. You'll have to determine what is best for your organization and future scaling.

[Updated on: Mon, 02 April 2012 23:05]

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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@rmccallu,

You do not need to have the full set of extensions on every Operator. Just design your numbering scheme so that the first digit denotes the location, as Silars points out.

Vladimir
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rmccallu

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ah, I understand now.
Thanks for the input everyone!
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