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Topic # 98219 27-Feb-2012 12:16 Send private message

Is it possible to have multiple incoming IAX2 trunks on trixbox?

This is the scenario

We have an existing Trixbox with an IAX2 trunk from 2talk which works perfectly

We have acquired a competitors company and we want to have incoming calls via the same Trixbox under a seperate IVR.

The solution would be to have 2 trunks, each with a different destination.   What is the easiest way to achieve this?  can 2 IAX2 trunks exist with the port forwarding etc etc?

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Biddle Corp

  Reply # 587584 27-Feb-2012 21:21 Send private message

Yes it is possible and the easiest way (and only) way to acchieve this is simply to configure them as you would a normal IAX trunk.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 587608 27-Feb-2012 22:01 Send private message

How would I configure the incoming trunks?

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  Reply # 587619 27-Feb-2012 22:23 Send private message

Beaker: How would I configure the incoming trunks?

Same way you configured the first IAX trunk.

Just setup another IAX2 trunk, then direct it to your other IVR 

Now on Slingshot Better Network and it's better.

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