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To establish connectivity between the FCM5600 and FCM5404, we need to establish a connection between the two systems. This will allow extensions in both directions to communicate with each other.


IPPBX (1)

Model: FCM5600

Extensions Range from 1000 to 1009

Ip: 192.168.0.101

IPPBX (2)

Model: FCM5404

Extensions Range from 2000 to 2009

Ip: 192.168.0.102


TOPOLOGY



1. CONNECT FCM5600 TO FCM5404 USING PEER SIP TRUNK

1.1     Create SIP Trunk on FCM5600

Login into FCM5600 web GUI.

On FCM5600 web GUI, to create a peer SIP trunk, navigate to “Extensions/Trunks Trunks” and then click “Add” to configure a new trunk.

To establish a peer SIP trunk between FCM5600 and FCM5404, First, make sure that the type of the trunk is “SIP” and enter a name for the trunk, please make sure that “Authentication” field is disable, then on the “Server Address” field enter the IP address of FCM5404 which in this scenario is 192.168.0.102. then make sure that “Port” field is set to “5080” and set the “Type” as Client Mode.

Navigate to Other and set AOR Contact to “sip:192.168.0.102:5080”, Then click “Submit”


1.2     Create SIP Trunk on FCM5404

Navigate to “Extension/Trunk ” -> “ VoIP Trunks”, then click on “Add SIP Trunk” to configure a new SIP trunk.

To establish a peer SIP trunk between FCM5600 and FCM5404, First make sure that the type of the trunk is “SIP” and enter a name for the trunk e.g., FCM5600, please make sure that “Register” field set to “NO”, the default is “NO”, Then on the “Trunk IP/Domain” field enter the IP address of FCM5600 which in this scenario is 192.168.0.101.

Navigate to advanced and set OPTIONS Interval (15), Then click “Save”.

A new trunk has been configured



2. CALL ROUTING ON FCM5600

2.1 Configure Outbound Routes on FCM5600

Navigate to “PBX Settings -> Outbound Control -> Dial Rules” then click on “Add” Button, then give a name to this rule (Example: To PBX), and press “Submit” to save the rule.

Rule name will be listed, click on “+” button under the rule name to add Dial Rule details, and use the following information:

– In the Dial Pattern field, please write: 200x

– From “Available Trunks” please select the trunk that you created “FCM5404”

– Click on “Submit” to save to rule details.

– Click on “Apply Changes” in the top right of the page to apply all changes.

Please be sure that all extensions in IPPBX can use this dial rule.


2.2 Configure Inbound Routes on FCM5600

There is no need to configure inbound route because is already configured by DID.



3.CALL ROUTING ON FCM5404

3.1 Configure Outbound Routes on FCM5404

To set an outbound route you need to determine some parameters:

1.    Name.

2.    Dial pattern.

3.    Extensions that can use that route.

4.    Trunks used by that route.

To complete configure that route and understand these parameters follow the instructions below.

On FCM5404 web GUI, navigate to “Call Control” -> ” Outbound Routes” to create a new route this will allow an extension on FCM5404 to reach extension on FCM5600 through peer SIP trunk that has been configured before.

First, delete the default route on “Call Control” -> ” Outbound Routes” page.

Click on “Add” to set a new route.

The next page will open where you will fill parameters required in that route.

– Name: Any name for that outbound route to mark it.

– Dial plan: Pattern 100[0-9] It means the dialed number must be 4 digits And last number must be between 0 to 9 

“ to understand pattern click here

– Member Extensions: Extensions allowed to use that route.

– Member Trunks: Trunks that will be used for that route, in our scenario it will be Peer SIP 

A new route has been configured


3.2 Configure Inbound Routes on FCM5404

To set an inbound route you need to determine some credentials:

1.    Name

2.    DID pattern

3.    Destination

4.    Member Trunks

So, to complete set that route and understand these parameters please follow the instructions below.

On the FCM5404 web GUI, navigate to “Call Control à Inbound Routes” then add a new route. In this scenario, we will use DID range to match extension range as following.

Delete the default Route

 Click on “Add” to configure a new route.

Then you will be directed to a window to configure inbound route parameters as following. 

·DID Pattern: DID number forwarded from FCM5600 to SIP Peer Trunk with FCM5404.

DID Pattern must meet Extension Range in the quantity of numbers configured.

·Name: Set any name to mark that rule for example: “From_FCM5404”.

·Destination: The Destination where the incoming calls will be directed to, there is more than option that you can direct the calls to as following.

·Member Trunks: Select the trunk source of this route which in this case will be the SIP Peer Trunk configured.

A new route has been configured

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