How to Implement Devices Connecting Each Other between Different Servers in LAN

System Overview:There are two AsterCC servers in a LAN,named A and B:A(192.168.1.175) has five devices:5001-5100,they are belong to “astercc5” team,at the same time,the B(192.168.1.226) has five devices:6000-6100,they belong to “astercc6” team。

Add Trunks

Adding trunks on A and b respectively,to implement connectivity between them.

For example,we will illustrate it on server A,click [PBX]→[Trunks]→[Add],we can open trunk management page,as following:

Binding the Trunk to Team

We should bind the new trunk above to devices's team. If team's trunk has existed,we usually bind two(or more) trunks into a trunk group first,and then bind this trunk group to the team.

Binding the trunk to team to dial out. Click [User]→[Teams],double-click the data,click [confirm] after we choose the trunk group,as following:

If team's trunk has existed,we usually bind two(or more) trunks into a trunk group first,then bind this trunk group to the team,and edit rule at last。Click [Advanced]→[Trunk Groups]→[Add],open the trunk group management page,click [Save] after edit,as following:

Click [Edit Rule],edit “Trunk Name”、“Status”、“Match Type”、“Ori.Prefix” and “Ori.Length”,click [OK],you can see the rule new below,as following:

Last,binding the trunk groups to team,as following:

Site the Inbound Routes

We site the inbound routes,Trunk Match to “Trunk” which we new above,Transfer to “Device” and Actionid to “Auto Match”。

Click [Advanced]→[Inbound Routes]→[Add],open inbound route management page,as following:

We must do the same settings on the AsterCC system in server B.

en/real_case_guidance/how_to_implement_devices_connecting_between_different_servers_in_lan.txt · Last modified: 2017/12/12 11:05 (external edit)
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