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Patton Gateway Behind SBC

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by Wendelspanswick, Jan 14, 2019.

  1. Wendelspanswick

    Wendelspanswick New Member

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    @eddv123
    Hi Edd, I'm testing a remote Patton 4114 and I saw you have had success with this, can you confirm that in the Patton config you substitute the PBX local IP with the IP of the SBC?

    interface sip IF_SIP
    bind context sip-gateway GW_SIP
    route call dest-table RT_SIP_TO_FXO
    remote 192.168.1.50 5060
    early-disconnect
    address-translation outgoing-call request-uri user-part fix 10002 host-part to-header target-param none
    trust remote

    location-service LS_10002
    domain 1 192.168.1.50

    registration outbound
    registrar 192.168.1.50 5060
    lifetime 300
    register auto
     
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    eddv123 Well-Known Member

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    Yes I can confirm this. Before loading the config file from 3CX into the Patton simply do a search for your PBX local IP address - they will all need changing to SBC's local IP address. Then load it in.
     
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    Wendelspanswick New Member

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    Brilliant, thank you.
    I've got a FXO working as a test, so hopefully the FXS which we need to order for the site will work.
     
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    eddv123 Well-Known Member

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    FXO and FXS (endpoint) should work - however things get messy if you want to use this setup for FAX. I personally would not even attempt FAX over SBC and would deploy it across VPN instead.
     
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    No FAX thankfully, just a few locations where the customer has analogue phones but no network cabling near by, its going to work out cheaper to add a FXS gateway and utilise the existing wiring then add new network points.
     
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