3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 15, 2013 12:55 PM by matt

    Can you register analog stations on 924e to a NV7100 remotely?

    bsands9 New Member

      Wondering if this is possible through a VPN tunnel, similar to the way you get the Polycom's to register over the WAN. I'd like to have a remote 924e containing 5 analog stations register to a remote NV7100. These would be on separte networks in different locations.

       

      Thanks,

      Brian

        • Re: Can you register analog stations on 924e to a NV7100 remotely?
          Employee

          Brian,

           

          Yes, this is possible.  The TA 900s would need to have a SIP trunk back to the 7100 and then you could configure the analog voice users to register with the sip-identity command.  Here is a sample configuration of how to accomplish that:

          !

          voice user 4200  

            connect fxs 0/1  

            sip-identity 4200 T01 register auth-name 4200 password 1234

          !

           

          NOTE:  In this example T01 would be the SIP trunk used to reach the 7100 from the TA 900.  The 7100 would need to be configured with a SIP voice user of 4200 and a sip-authentication password of 1234 .

           

          Thanks,
          Matt

          • Re: Can you register analog stations on 924e to a NV7100 remotely?
            jay Employee

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            • Re: Can you register analog stations on 924e to a NV7100 remotely?
              Employee

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              Thanks,

              Matt