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XCOM
digitalnUll
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join:2002-06-10
Spring, TX
reply to xyar

Re: [Asterisk] Two SIP providers in Asterisk / FreePBX

To answer your question... Yes it can be done. I use 5 different ITSP.
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Stewart

join:2005-07-13
kudos:21

said by XCOM:

To answer your question... Yes it can be done. I use 5 different ITSP.

Unless the trunks come in on two or more WAN interfaces, that doesn't address the OP's issue.


xyar
Premium
join:2001-06-21
Portland, OR

Yes, the two ITSPs are on two different WAN interfaces. The private IP that Integra gave us is the same subnet as the internal LAN interface which also is confusing me a bit, I'm thinking that might be wise to have it on a different subnet.


druber

join:2000-04-11
Stow, MA

In general it won't work well (if at all) to have the same subnet on two interfaces.


Stewart

join:2005-07-13
kudos:21
reply to xyar

said by xyar:

Yes, the two ITSPs are on two different WAN interfaces. The private IP that Integra gave us is the same subnet as the internal LAN interface which also is confusing me a bit, I'm thinking that might be wise to have it on a different subnet.

Unless it was specifically chosen to be on the same subnet (for a reason you have not yet explained), IMO that's really asking for trouble and you should get them to assign one in a different block.