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- Jurgen Vugt
July 20, 2005, 6:36 pm
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We have a network with a few Succession 1000S systems. Some are 3.0, some
Between the 4.0 systems we have SIP trunks installed for networking. We want
to add the 3.0 systems to the network. Is it sufficient to add H323 (SIP not
supported on 3.0) trunks on the 3.0 systems? Can calls be made between a 4.0
and 3.0 system (SIP to H323)? The NRS is on a 4.0 system, which doesn't have
I hope I made it clar enough for anwering. Otherwise let me know what info
Re: SIP and H323
You need H323 trunks and licences between the rls. 3.0 systems.
When you want a connection to the Rls.4.0 systems you also need to add
H323.trunk-licences on the NRS.
You can not make a call from SIP to H323, these are different protocols.
Either you need licens-upgrades for the different systems or you choose to
upgrade the rls3.0 systems to rls 4.0 and use SIP.
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