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maa1

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"SIP Interface" on "Call Routing" page is Outgoing or Incoming?
How to add SIP Interface for incoming connection from other IPPBX?
(i.e. other IPPBX acts as client, Kerio Operator acts as server)
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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SIP interfaces are designed as the client side as they are intended to connect to SIP carriers.

Depending on your scenario, you could either create an extension on Operator to be used by the other PBX or create a SIP interface with registration disabled (a peer-to-peer setup).
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you could either create an extension on Operator to be used by the other PBX
how many simultaneous calls support such a connection? (number of concurrent calls)


or create a SIP interface with registration disabled (a peer-to-peer setup)
Can you provide detailed instructions for creating such an interface?
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you could either create an extension on Operator to be used by the other PBX
How can I use this extension in "Call Routing"?

or create a SIP interface with registration disabled (a peer-to-peer setup)
My IPPBX link required "Register Ability = Enable". How can I configure Kerio Operator for this? (link between my IPPBX and FreePBX works fine)
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