fairly new to the SPA9000 and probably asking something obvious but if you had two SPA9000s on a reasonably fast WAN can they communicate / route calls directly? Site-to-site routing in place for IP traffic. Also, is there an easy way to do call accounting?
Finally if the SPA9000 calls needed to be routed to a TDM PBX which supports "ordinary" analogue handsets, is it possible to configure SPA ports to impersonate three or four extensions on the TDM, for incoming and outgoing?
SPA9000 is designed to operate along, so no support for multiple SPA9000. If you want to connect remotely analog telephones via IP, I suggest you use a multiport ATA, such as the SPA8800 and the SPA8000.
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