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Old 01-02-2018, 12:47 AM
mqatatsheh mqatatsheh is offline
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Default SIP Registered FQDN

Hello ...

when configure IPO for IPOCC, in SIP Register FQDN, should it match the SIP Domain or it's must be different
For Example:

SIP Domain: sbc.local



SIP Register FQDN: ipocc.sbc.local

or should be the same:

SIP Domain: sbc.local
SIP Register FQDN: sbc.local

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Old 01-02-2018, 01:21 AM
lebon lebon is offline
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In the IPO
SIP Domain: sbc.local
SIP Register FQDN: ipo.sbc.local

when you make setup to IPOCC the domain is domaine SIP , not SIP Register

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