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Barracuda Phone System

Configuring Multiple Sites

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A remote location can have a single phone, multiple phones, or another Barracuda Phone System. In some cases, a remote site may consist of another SIP server such as another PBX or a SIP proxy.

Use the Configuration > Sites page to create and manage site definitions. This allows you to customize call handling and routing for calls coming from various endpoints. Sites can be defined by the following parameters:

  • Subnet/IP Addresses – Any call from an IP address or IP subnet specified will be identified as coming from the site being defined.
  • Provider/Port – Calls coming in from a specific provider, including analog or PRI ports, will be identified as coming from the site being defined.
  • Inbound Registration – This option will create a new set of SIP authentication credentials. Any inbound call using the SIP credentials will be identified as coming from the site being defined.

Click on an existing site to modify the site name, source type, add or remove a range, update the time zone, or delete the site.

See Multiple Site Configuration - Use Cases for detailed examples.

 

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