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Configure Default Network Route for Patton

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Configure Default Network Route for Patton

Introduction

When is it needed?

What is to do?

Introduction

This guide will show you how to manually configure default network route for Patton. It will help you identify when this is needed to be done and what to do.

When is it needed?

If your network includes routed subnets or VPN networks. Common cases are:

  1. Patton PSTN Gateway not in the same subnet as 3CX PBX
    Result: Gateway can not register the SIP trunks to the 3CX
  2. Patton PSTN Gateway not in the same subnet as IP-Phones
    Result: Calls ring and (dis-) connect but audio is not send the the IP phone → One Way Audio

In complex networks with multiple gateways for internal networks and VPN gateways you may need to add more than just the default route.

What is to do?

Open the Patton web interface. Navigate to “Network → IP/DNS → Routes” and configure a new route:

  • Destination IP: 0.0.0.0
  • Destinatin Mask: 0.0.0.0
  • Traffic Class: none
  • Gateway: Router/VPN Gateway IP address (e.g. 192.168.1.1)
  • Metric: 1

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