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  • mmine
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    This is good info, for mobility and for setting up SIP trunks in general, thank you.

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  • Doctor596
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    It would be best to read the Installation and Integration Guide for the Mobility Router. If you can login to the mobility router there will be a link in the upper right corner to the Mobility Router documentation on the ShoreTel support site.

    The Mobility router needs to have a PBX defined with the Director and a SIP trunk switch IP address. Then you can configure that switch to have SIP Trunk resources. Create a SIP Trunk Group and create SIP Trunks with the IP address of the internal (LAN) side of the mobility router.

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  • bhaikalis
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    Check out this guide here, it should help. Just point the SIP trunk to the LAN IP of the Mobility Router.
    http://www.intelepeer.com/downloads/...nfig-guide.pdf

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  • How to make SIP trunks from Shoretel Director to MOBILITY ROUTER

    Hi,
    I am installing Mobility for the first time, and trying to figure out for to establish SIP trunks from Shoretel director to mobility router and I cannot find any info on this. Thanks.
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