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Old 08-31-2015, 12:02 PM
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I do need help trying to get this up and running. The main issue is that we can not resolve the ITSP Domain Address field in the Line -> SIP Line -> "ITSP Domain Name" with {our-domain}.pstn.twilio.com

It would be REALLY interesting, step by step, how you would go about getting Twilio to work with 1 SIP trunk on Avaya Office.

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Yes, this was my issue too. The way we have it working is by creating 4 SIP lines for each of the 4 Twilio domestic IP addresses (SIP Line tab), 54.172.60.0 through 54.172.60.3. And then using zakabog's suggestion we use only one of these line numbers on the "SIP URI" tab. This allows to only have to create 1 set of "Incoming Call Routes" pointing to that same "Line Group ID" as is shown for the "Incoming Group" and "Outgoing Group" on the "SIP URI" tab. Please note that these call routes will require the "+1" for the "Incoming Number", assuming these are US DID's. Feel free to send me a phone number or email address and I'd be glad to arrange a discussion with you or show you my screen.
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Old 10-04-2015, 12:46 AM
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I would absolutely love to hear how you've accomplished this! I've been wanting this before twilio even had sip trunking, but unfortunately in my environment I do not get a lot of wiggle room for testing as we only have the one production system. A few screenshots of a sip line would be very much appreciated. Thank you for trying to share your findings.

PS have you tried anything with plivo? I've used both twilio and plivo extensively with freeswitch/asterisk and although I love twilio, I prefer plivo for some things.
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Old 10-30-2015, 07:20 AM
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I will work on getting you some screenshots together and if you have any specific questions in the meantime let me know. We basically set up four SIP lines for the four different domestic IP addresses that they send calls over. I was not familiar with Plivo. What do you prefer them for?

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I would absolutely love to hear how you've accomplished this! I've been wanting this before twilio even had sip trunking, but unfortunately in my environment I do not get a lot of wiggle room for testing as we only have the one production system. A few screenshots of a sip line would be very much appreciated. Thank you for trying to share your findings.

PS have you tried anything with plivo? I've used both twilio and plivo extensively with freeswitch/asterisk and although I love twilio, I prefer plivo for some things.
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