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Tip

The configuration steps described in this article are examples.

Ribbon recommends referring to the SBC and PSX product documentation for detailed information on the commands, parameters, and flags used in the configuration examples of this guide.

Process the steps in the same order as described in this article.

This article describes the CAC implementation for PSX routing.

Configure SIP Trunk Groups

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Note

The next six figures illustrate creation of trunk group for tenant A. 


CAC - PSX - Tenant A - Trunk Group - 1

CAC - PSX - Tenant A - Trunk Group - 2

CAC - PSX - Tenant A - Trunk Group - 3

CAC - PSX - Tenant A - Trunk Group - 4

 

CAC - PSX - Tenant A - Trunk Group - 5

CAC - PSX - Tenant A - Trunk Group - 6


Note

The next two figures illustrate the first step for creation of outbound trunk groups for tenants B and C.

After the first steps, repeat steps 2 - 6 of tenant A (shown above) for each of tenant B and C.


CAC - PSX - Tenant B - Trunk Group - 1

CAC - PSX - Tenant B - Trunk Group - 1

 


Configure Routing Labels

The figures below illustrate the steps to create routing labels for tenant A.The routing label for A is named TEAMS_RL_A.

Similarly, create routing labels for each tenants B (TEAMS_RL_B) and C (TEAMS_RL_C).

Ensure that values for the fields are similar.


CAC - PSX - Tenant A - Routing Label - 1

CAC - PSX - Tenant A - Routing Label - 2


Note

Associate multiple IP-Peers for each Trunk Group/ Gateway entity, as defined under Routing Label.


CAC - PSX - Tenant A - Routing Label - 3

All Routes - Tenant A

All Routes - Tenant B

All Routes - Tenant C

Configure Call Routing

The following figures illustrate creation of standard routes and username route for tenant A, when CAC is implemented.

Similarly, create standard routes and username route for each tenant B and C.

Ensure that the values of the fields shown in the figures are similar.

Note

Name the trunk groups for B and C as TEAMS_TG_B and TEAMS_TG_C respectively.

Configure Standard Route 1

The PSX uses this entry to route all the calls coming from Teams towards PSTN endpoints (irrespective of digits or FQDN).

PSX - CAC - Tenant A - Standard Route 1


Configure Standard Route 2

The PSX uses this entry to route the calls coming from PSTN end points towards different Teams tenant TGs based on called digits.

PSX - CAC - Tenant A - Standard Route 2


Configure Standard Route 3

The PSX uses this entry to route all the calls towards the Teams, after receiving REFER from the Teams for a call transfer towards PSTN.

Note

If multiple domain names are used, create this standard route for all domains.


PSX - CAC - Tenant A - Standard Route 3


Configure Username Route

The PSX uses this entry to route all the calls towards the Teams, after receiving REFER from the Teams for a call transfer towards TEAMS.

Note

If multiple domain names are used, create this username route for all domains.


PSX - CAC - Tenant A - Username Route

 



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