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The fiber's in place! There are SX200icp's on each side!
Enable IP trunks in each system ($100.00 ea), and you're done!!
What's the big deal?


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I agree with fifty5footer if you have fiber between buildings buy the IP trunk Licenses;build your routes and you are done

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thanks fifty5footer , that looks like the solution I am looking for.. I have not yet hooked up any ip the 200ICP as of yet. It typically is not needed in motels.

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Most hotels don't need that feature, but it sounds like you have the perfect application. Let me know if you need getting it implemented.
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Just wondering why you would need ip licenses if you have fibre between the buildings, how far are the buildings apart, just use extended fims between the buildings. Managing a network at a hotel can be messy.


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I called my mitel rep and they said that I had to purchase at least 1 ip trunk per system in order to accomplish what was recommended.

Thank you for your assistance and Happy Holidays.

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I like UnemployedMitelGuy's idea. I'd stick a Per node on one end and connect them by FIM.

I can't think of any reason why you'd necessarily need a processor on both sides...

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Sorry guys my mistake if its two hotel properties useing two peripheral nodes will not work, you will have to go the ip way, or t1 or pri.


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I've seen two hotels, back to back, sharing one EL as a tenant system. And at one time, we were looking at a solution for a 5-hotel company that would have involved getting fiber across a few public streets... Unfortunately, there was not practical way to fiber across the streets.

eliminating Centrex lines alone woulda saved them a fortune.

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