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Posted on 2014-11-04
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Hi Experts,

We have a MPLS Wan network with 2 sites. We have a VOIP with i pri circuit and I would like to know how I can extend the VOIP calls to the 2nd site without having to add a PRI fo rthat site.

How can I route the traffic from the main site to the 2nd site using cisco routers, do i use a policy map with Voice class?

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Your question is very vague.  

    Assuming you have Call Manager or CME at both ends, just setup to route calls between the two systems and you can point some of the DIDs coming in on the PRI to the the site.   This is usually done in the dial plan by making a leading digit the access code to the other plant..  So an 7nnnn extension or target number is at the other system.  

   If it's not high volume you could also just register the extensions at the other site to the primary system.  

   In either case be sure the second facility has capability to dial emergency numbers in some way if the inter office link is down, and even if the link is up if it's a different municipality / 911 dispatch center.
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