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#628927 04/08/19 01:13 PM
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Hello all,
we have a 7200-S with approximately 25 DGP phones and standard phone lines. Customer would like to add couple of Ip phones in a remote location.
1- Do we need to purchase MGI for 2 phones?
2- which ports need to be forwarded in our router?

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sonnym #628939 04/08/19 06:17 PM
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How many ip phones are they getting? Do they plan on expanding to more later?

As for the ports, 6000 and 9000 both udp/tcp forwarded to the ip of the processor. Make it private w/ public and add the public static ip of the location.

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Thank you very much for the info. This is just a small remote office with couple of phones

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I was asking because if they plan on expanding or if you decide to move to SIP service. It might be more economical to put in a OAS card instead of buying the licenses for MGI channels.


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