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Old 11-10-2019, 12:16 AM
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Dear Community,

I am new to ASBCE.

We are deploying two SBCE in HA. We have taken SIP trunk from ITSP.

1. I am confuse that where SIP trunk (Ethernet) will be terminated?
2. How Remote co-workers will communication through Avaya Equinox ?
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Old 11-13-2019, 06:29 AM
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1. Recommended approach is to connect the SBC public interfaces and ITSP delivery device to your network DMZ. Provide the ITSP with a DMZ IP to be assigned to their CPE-facing interface.
2. This is more involved. Your Aura and Equinox server FQDNs must be added into public DNS and resolve to your edge firewall. The firewall then forwards the traffic to the SBC in the DMZ. I prefer keeping trunking SBCs and RW SBCs separated. Check the DevConnect site for white papers on RW setups.
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