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different problems with SPA8000

Hello!

There are several questions regarding SPA8000, firmware 6.1.3

Ports 1, 2, 3, 4 are in trunk with numbers 101-104.
1) Is it possible to transfer incoming call from one port to another port in trunk?
2) Is it possible to call from one port to another if ports are in trunk?

And other problem with network settings. There is dependency between WAN network number
and LAN network number - LAN network always the next after WAN. If we set on WAN
192.168.99.x on LAN we get 192.168.100.x, If we set on WAN 192.168.200.x on LAN we get
192.168.201.x
3) How can we change this behavior?


Thank you in advance!

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Re: different problems with SPA8000

Dear Sir;

Please see the anwers below

1) Is it possible to transfer incoming call from one port to another port in trunk?

[Alberto] Yes, possible, but this depends on functionality supported by the SIP server.


2) Is it possible to call from one port to another if ports are in trunk?

[Alberto] Yes, possible, but this depends on functionality supported by the SIP server.

And other problem with network settings. There is dependency between WAN network number
and LAN network number - LAN network always the next after WAN. If we set on WAN
192.168.99.x on LAN we get 192.168.100.x, If we set on WAN 192.168.200.x on LAN we get
192.168.201.x
3) How can we change this behavior?

[Alberto]SPA8000 is not a router. AUX port should be used only for admin purposes not as a network port.


Thank you in advance!