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Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by stash, Jan 14, 2013.

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  1. stash

    stash New Member

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    Hi,

    Is it possible to use 1 Patton Gateway for 10 systems under multi tenant? If someone made this work hope to hear your configuration :)



    Thanks,

    STASH
     
  2. sigma1

    sigma1 Active Member

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    You can IF you put in between a Session Border Gateway. This is not natively supported within 3CX and you will drive 3CX nuts if you tried.

    OR, you can setup one instance of 3CX on one server to operate as a Class 4 switch, meaning that all of the other 3CX will have bridges to it and IT will be the only one interfaced with the Patton.
     
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    leejor Well-Known Member

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    The term Class 4 switch , actually refers to a Tandem switch as used in the PSTN network, interconnecting CLECs and ILECs.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Class_4_telephone_switch

    Almost all "Class X" switches, these days, will have SS7 signalling capability for inter-office trunking.

    You are actually referring to using one installation of 3CX to tandem calls.
     
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    sigma1 Active Member

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    Leejor:

    I must disagree with you. Currently the term Class 4 and 5 switches refers to the feauture sets offered. In general a Class 4 switch is used in trunk or carrier services while Class 5 offers the more "end-user features". I certainly did not want to bring into play the SS7/TDM as it's outside the scope of the question. At present you will find that most VoIP providers (Wholesale as in SIP trunking) use Class 4 switches to merely swap SIP traffic.

    The OP needs a device to act as a SBC.
     
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