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Route E1 Connection to separate PABX via C2921 router

Dear All,

Is there any possibility to route E1 connection to separate PABX through Cisco 2921 voice gateway router?

 

Telco----> 2E1(C2921 router)----> one for CUCM and one for Analog PABX.

 

Thanks,

                

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So yes - it's just a matter

So yes - it's just a matter of careful dial peer configuration. You can take all calls from E1-A, prefix a digit or two, and use those digits to route to a specific outbound peeer that would point to the PBX of your choice.

Same for E1-B, with a different prefix and different destination, and for calls coming the other way..

Aaron

Aaron Please remember to rate helpful posts to identify useful responses, and mark 'Answered' if appropriate!

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Sure... You mean two E1s,

Sure... 

You mean two E1s, each dedicated to a different PBX internally?
Or sharing 1 E1 between the two PBXs?

Aaron

Aaron Please remember to rate helpful posts to identify useful responses, and mark 'Answered' if appropriate!
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Two E1 should connect to the

Two E1 should connect to the Router and one E1 should route to call manager and another E1 route to the Analog PABX (2 separate E1s for each not to share)

 

Thanks.

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So yes - it's just a matter

So yes - it's just a matter of careful dial peer configuration. You can take all calls from E1-A, prefix a digit or two, and use those digits to route to a specific outbound peeer that would point to the PBX of your choice.

Same for E1-B, with a different prefix and different destination, and for calls coming the other way..

Aaron

Aaron Please remember to rate helpful posts to identify useful responses, and mark 'Answered' if appropriate!

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Thanks for your support Aaron

Thanks for your support Aaron.

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