ok, our os7100 is connected via sip trunks. we have fiber to the office which connects to a cpe from there it is devided into voice port and data port. the voice port is connected to a session border controller then to the pbx. problem there is no internet traffic able to pass through that side. the sip ties up the lan port on the mp10a card. Is ther another way to bring internet connectivity to the os7100?
my plan is to use voip phones to remote locations as we have people working from home. but since no internet connectivity to the pbx that's impossible. if i use th mgi16 card would that allow me wan connectivity? to use voip remotely?
I can help you with this, or done this or similar several times.
I'm assuming the os7100 does sip peering or registration to the SBC (A download from the system well tell me this).
Get the sbc lan ip address changed to the data network, then patch this into the data switch. Change the ip address and sip settings as required. Set private with public and put your internet static ip in, do the required port fowards and off you go.
Get another Ethernet router, set it's LAN ip address as the gateway on the os7100, then connect the os7100 and sbc to the lan side of the router. Set a static ip on the wan side and connect to your lan. Set private with public and put your internet static ip in, do the required port fowards in both routers and off you go.
The sip settings i was after are cut off at the top of the page on your screenshot. But i found everything i wanted in the download.
Is the OS7100 directly connected to the SBC or does it patch into a switch?
Is the OS7100 on the same IP range as the rest of your network?
I would also change the send only to send receive in your sip settings, that way your MOH will work. The way it is set currently, there will either be silence or whatever MOH your SIP carrier has setup.
question could i get a mgi16 card and run the sip connection through that freeing up the lan port and connect my router on the data side to that? just a thought the site says this card supports sip ip trunking IP Trunking (SIP/H.323)