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Old 09-09-2020, 12:50 PM
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Default SBCE Registration Request - SIP Carrier/Provider

Avaya SBC 7.2

I am trying to get SIP service working with a new SIP carrier and not having success.

The new carrier route has been built in the SBCE and the route is open on the router/firewall.

The carrier says that my SBC must register with their SBC before calls can be placed. They expect to receive a registration request that includes the PBX object (number) and credentials from my SBC.

Anyone heard of this and know how to send a registration request from the Avaya SBCE? I do not see it.


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