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Topic # 31371 15-Mar-2009 11:54
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Hi,
I have two trunks setup in my trix, one vfx, the other a pstn trunk via telecom and linksys spa device.

The pstn trunk is my known home number, the vfx number, I use for my business, with a couple of remote extensions.

In the past I have just used a catchall incoming route, and setup a sort of dual purpose IVR.
Now I want to split the incoming routes, and have a separate ivr for each number, one personal, the other business.

So i guess I need to know how to identlify each incoming call via CID/DID. I am not familiar with this process, and most of the trixbox notes, seem to steer clear of this, as it I assume can get complicated?

Would appreciate anyones thoughts?

Thanks

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  Reply # 201281 15-Mar-2009 13:42
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Just identify the call via the trunk it was recieved on... very easy.

No CID jiggerypokery required.









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  Reply # 201296 15-Mar-2009 16:41
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Hi,
That makes sense - and is what I was basically looking for - but how exactly do you do that?

Thanks mate

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  Reply # 201305 15-Mar-2009 17:59
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Just create inbound routes with the DID number they belong to - ie VFX will be your VFX number without the zero. The SPA3000 will depend slightly depending on how you have configured it as an extension and the extension number you have used.






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  Reply # 201580 17-Mar-2009 10:42
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Thanks, that worked. For some reason I didn't quite get the combination of dropping the "0" and using DID instead of CID.
Cheers again!

BTW I have jailbroken my iphone, and installed the siax SIP client on it, and it works pretty well with my Trix, over wifi and even in some places, G3...

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