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Old 04-01-2014, 03:29 AM
ghall1 ghall1 is offline
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Hi Forum,

1st post so please be gentle with me.
1st question is there any way to edit your forum username?

Main question
We have a SCBE (Portwell CAD) install pending with Sip Trunks & OneX Mobile Preferred using voip option and can only seem to find pdf's explaining how to configure 1 or the other.
The pdf 'Configuring the Avaya Session Border Controller for IP Office Remote Workers' states the below:-
If doing remote worker and trunking on the same SBCE, you use a second set of IP
addresses on the SBCE for trunking.
Are these a 2nd set of Public ip addresses?

Has anybody in the UK got any docs detailing the setup of both SIP Trunks & Remote Worker on an SBCE?
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Old 04-13-2014, 05:31 PM
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I believe this means a second A1 & B1 IP addresses.
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