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Overview

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PageWithExcerptSIP Forking Support

Perform the following steps to configure call forking feature in the SBC:

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Configuring AoR Group Profile
Configuring AoR Group Profile
Configuring AoR Group Profile

Execute the following command to configure AoR Group Profile:

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% set profiles aorGroupProfile AR2 aorDataList sip:123@ss.com;1111;2222;user=phone,sip:456@yy.com;0;0;user=phone aorDialogAttribute useFirst18x
% commit

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Configuring the VOIP Subscriber
Configuring the VOIP Subscriber
Configuring the VOIP Subscriber

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% set profiles voipSubscriber sip:EXAMPLE@RIBBON.com aorGroupProfile AR2 egressRURIAttribute aorEgress
% commit

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Configuring Routing for the AoR Group Profile
Configuring Routing for the AoR Group Profile
Configuring Routing for the AoR Group Profile

To configure routing for the AoR Group Profile, refer to the section Basic Call Flow Using ERE.

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Configuring Preferred Identity Parameter
Configuring Preferred Identity Parameter
Configuring Preferred Identity and Wait for Answer Parameters (Optional)

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% set profiles aorGroupProfile AR2 preferredIdentity sip:123@ss.com waitForAnswer 0
% commit

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Enabling Preferred Identity in the SIP Trunk Group
Enabling Preferred Identity in the SIP Trunk Group
Enabling Preferred Identity in the SIP Trunk Group (Optional)

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% set addressContext default zone defaultSigZone sipTrunkGroup TG1 policy preferredIdentity enable
% commit

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Viewing the Configuration
Viewing the Configuration
Viewing the Configuration

To view the AoR Group profile, execute the following command:

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% show profiles aorGroupProfile AR2
aorDataList        "sip:123@ss.com;1111;2222;user=phone sip:456@yy.com;0;0;user=phone";
preferredIdentity  sip:123@ss.com;
aorDialogAttribute useFirst18x;
waitForAnswer      0;
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To view the VOIP Subscriber, execute the following command:

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% show profiles voipSubscriber
voipSubscriber sip:EXAMPLE@RIBBON.COM {
    aorGroupProfile     AR1;
    egressRURIAttribute aorEgress;
}
voipSubscriber sip:EXAMPLE@RIBBON.com {
    aorGroupProfile     AR2;
    egressRURIAttribute aorEgress;
}
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To view the the flag preferredIdentity in the SIP Trunk Group, execute the following command:

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> show table addressContext default zone defaultSigZone sipTrunkGroup TG1
carrier               0000;
country               1;
localizationVariant   northAmerica;
tgIPVersionPreference both-ipv4-and-ipv6;
preferredIdentity     enable;
digitParameterHandling {
    numberingPlan NANP_ACCESS;
}
callRouting {
    elementRoutingPriority DEFAULT_IP;
}
media {
    packetServiceProfile DEFAULT;
}
services {
    classOfService DEFAULT_IP;
}
signaling {
    ipSignalingProfile DEFAULT_SIP;
}
featureControlProfile DEFAULT_IP;
ingress {
    flags {
        nonZeroVideoBandwidthBasedRoutingForSip  enable;
        nonZeroVideoBandwidthBasedRoutingForH323 disable;
        hdPreferredRouting                       disable;
        hdSupportedRouting                       disable;
    }
}
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