[Spce-user] Account Using PRI
scottf at wcoil.com
Fri May 16 14:01:55 EDT 2014
Thanks Daniel. Setting them as a peer makes sense to me, your reply
really helped me out and most likely saved me alot of time.
On 05/16/2014 11:58 AM, Daniel Grotti wrote:
> Hi Scott,
> no matter what technologies (PRI,BRI,etc) is behind a client/peer.
> What you can do is to register you CPE as a subscriber on sipwise or you
> can configure your CPE as a peer.
> Probably, in this case you need a peer, since a PRI gateway should relay
> calls to PSTN.
> On 05/16/2014 05:50 PM, Scott Fertig wrote:
>> Is there any special setup I need to do to create an account that uses
>> a PRI? I ask because I know the PRI does not 'Technically' register.
>> Currently I have an account that is on a opensips server and need to
>> move it to sipwise, I can see within the opensips server the 'user'
>> does not show as registered and calls are still being sent to and from
>> the PRI. The device at the PRI is a cisco router and it appears that
>> really I would need to create an account with the same user
>> information as the router is already set as, add the additional
>> numbers which are mentioned in the, dnis maps to that account and
>> simply change the IP address on the router to the sipwise server. I am
>> unsure if this is 100% correct though and would appreciate any input
>> anyone else may have.
>> --Scott Fertig
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