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Topic # 166124 3-Mar-2015 15:06
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Hi all,

Just going through setting up a unit for a client and running into some little issues - nothing major but just wanted to know if anyone has set this up successfully with WxC SIP trunks before

Clint

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  Reply # 1250484 3-Mar-2015 18:42
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I haven't done a full SIP trunk, but have done open VFX SIP lines.





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  Reply # 1250572 3-Mar-2015 21:20
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Looks like it behaves ok with the SIP trunk as well. Basic config is done, will see how we go with ddi etc

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