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Old 10-08-2019, 05:19 PM
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Default ASBCE- URI Groups to divide incoming traffic to differents IPO's

Hi everyone! I'm working with an ASBCE, we have two IPO's 500v2. SiteA is connected with A1 and SiteB with A2 interfaces in SBC, they are confgured to dial to Third SIP Server with SIP Trunk in B1

All outgoing traffic is working but I don't know how to divide the incoming traffic in B1, I read that I need to create two URI Group and Routing Profiles but all of my tests are unsuccessful. All traffic is going to the site A

If someone has a configuration example or something to guide me I'd very grateful
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