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WX IPPBX connects with the FXO gateway

When we connect the WX IPPBX with the FXO gateway in the same network, we can realize the function like this: 1. The IP extension can dial 9+number, the call will go out through the FXO of gateway; 2. When anyone calls in the FXO of gateway, they will hear the welcome message, then can dial the extension.   For the setting, you can refer to the guide here: Let us try to set the WX IPPBX firstly. 1. Create one IP trunk for FXO gateway, here we connect the WX IPPBX with FXO gateway by IP to IP.   Registrar server: here 10.168.1.190 is the IP address of FXO gateway. Trunk ID: you can input any number, as usual, we input 100. Username: the number is same as Trunk ID. Password: any digits we can input. Concurrent: it means how many calls can go through the ip trunk at the same time. Trunk type: if we choose DID here, we need to go on choosing the extension in the next option DID, it means when we call in the ip trunk, the extension in DID will ring directly. If we choose IVR here, we need to go on choosing the voice file in the next option greeting, it means when we call in the ip trunk, we will hear the welcome message we choose: 2. Create the dialing rule. Here in order to be convenient to control the call, we choose using prefix, and set the prefix as 9, choose the ip trunk we create. It means when any extensions dial 9+any number, the call will go out through the ip trunk 100.       Let us try to set the FXO gateway. 1. Set the IP address as the static, because the IP address is in DHCP mode at default. 2.Set the routing table. IP[10.168.1.31:5070] x ROUTE FXO 1-2 It means when the gateway receives any calls from the WX IPPBX, the call will go out through the FXO 1-2. FXO x ROUTE IP   10.168.1.31:5070 It means any incoming calls from any FXO will be transferred to the WX. 3. Set the inbound calls in the gateway. Here we choose Inbound handle as Binding, and number is the IP trunk of WX IPPBX. It means when the FXO receives any incoming calls, which will be transferred to the number 100.

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How will the call of PABX work with VOIP gateway

As usual, we can connect the PABX with the VOIP device by the FXS or FXO, and how does the call work? here we will describe the different connections will have the different methods for dialing. Connection A: FXO of PABX connects with FXS of voip gateway. Here it is the outbound call of PABX. When the extension 7001 wants to dial the extension 8001, 7001 needs to dial 9+8001, here we assume 9 is the prefix which is used to call out through the FXO in the PABX, after that, the call will be transferred to voip gateway.       Here it is the inbound call of PABX. When the PABX receives the call from 8001 through the FXO, 8001 will hear the second dial tone firstly, then 8001 can go on dialing 7001, so 7001 will ring directly.     […]

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remote connection of two analog PBX

When two analog PBX or PABX are in two different offices, we hope all the extension of them can call each other for free, and two offices are in the same VPN or two offices are using the static public IP, but how will we connect them? and which device do we need? You can refer […]

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PBX220 Connect with VG3X-2S/2O Gateway by No Registration

We can connect the VG3X-2S/2O gateway and the PBX220 without the registration of the FXS port to make the functions below available: IP extension and the analog extension on FXS port can call each other; IP extension can call out via the FXO port; The analog extension on FXS port can call out via FXO port; […]

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Remotely connect to gateway through IP to IP

When you connect two gateways through IP to IP in the same network, they can work normally. if you hope to put them in the different networks, you need to do the below settings: 1. we need to open the sip and rtp port in the router. in the gateway, you can check the sip […]

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MyPBX connects with FXS&FXO gateway

If you connect the MyPBX with FXS&FXO gateway in the same network, you can refer to the below file: Let us set the MyPBX firstly. 1. Please create one sip trunk. Here 192.168.1.195 is the IP address of gateway, and sip port is 5060, and we connect IPPBX with gateway through IP to IP. 2. […]

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The connection of two PABX

When you have two PABX in the different sites, you hope their extension can call each other, you can refe to the below method. you can connect the gateway with PABX like this:  The related information is like this: site 1: extension 6001-6009       site 2: extension  7001-7009 the call process is: 1. in site 1, […]

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IP to IP between FXS gateway and FXO gateway

The function we will realize is like this: Any FXS can call each other; Any FXS can call out through the available FXO of the 8FXO gateway; Any calls from any FXO will make the available FXS ring. The related information of two gateways: Let us configure the 8FXS gateway firstly: Step 1:  we will change the […]

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3CX connects with GOIP through IP to IP

The function we will realize is like this: Any extension of 3CX dial 9+ any number, the call can go out through any sim available card of GOIP. Any calls from any sim card of GOIP will go to the IVR of 3CX.  The related steps are as follows: Let us set the 3CX firstly. […]

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Caller ID of 3CX with GOIP

If you hope to connect 3CX with GOIP, and you can refer to the file:http://blog.voptech.com/3cx-connects-with-goip/ When you call in the GOIP, the extension will not display the real caller ID, you can refer to the file: Firstly, let us set the GOIP like this: Secondly, let us set the 3CX like this:   here we […]

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