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VOIP+Asterisk+Analog PBX

Posted on 2011-03-22
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Hi All,

I am making VOIP setup between two offices which alrerady have VPN tunnel. I have a astersik server installed and have Cisco PAPT2 device . I have connected the PAPt2 to our internal POTS PBX (analog) and when dialing a no (say 333) the call is placed on the asterisk server via the PAPT2 .I can call from any of my analog phone to dial 333 then I can call to the remote office Ip phones .But how I can configure the astersk server to recieve a call to my analog local extention?

Can Some one help me on this? If I wanted to post smoe more questions and assign points for step by step help I will do that.

Thanks in Advance.
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you can setup the pap2t as an outbound trunk, then setup a route so calls routed though the VOIP will then connect via the pap2t to the analogue system and dial the correct extn
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