How to configure an AVAYA IP trunk

Our focus in this article is to achieve the connection between your AVAYA server, and our Mission Control Portal. We will describe a sample configuration of the IP trunk and the dialplan assuming that you already made the main AVAYA installation and telecommunication-applications deployment.

Once you have configured the following steps, you can take advantage of leveraging our Mission Control Portal to maximize your business operations.

Your trunk is ready to go on our side! We can move forward with the configurations on your AVAYA PBX. The configurations are shown step-by-step on the subtitles below:

Create a Line:

Under IP Offices/Line add SIP line with the following Configurations:

SIP Line

Line Number: 100 (whichever number you have available)
ITSP Domain Name: sip.telnyx.com
URI Type: SIP
Location: Cloud
Prefix: 1 (whichever prefix you'd like to add)
In service: Enable
Check OOS: Enable
Refresh Method: Auto
Timer (seconds): On Demand

Transport

ITSP Proxy Address: sip.telnyx.com
Layer 4 Protocol: UDP
Send Port: 5060
Use Network Topology Info: LAN 2 (whichever LAN you have configured for SIP trunking)
Explicit DNS Server(s): Add your DNS Server

SIP URI

Add channel with the following configurations:

Via: 1.2.3.4 (1.2.3.4 = your public IP)
Local URI: *
Contact: *
Display Name: *
PAI: *
Registration: 0:  
Incoming Group: 100 (Number added on SIP Line)
Outgoing Group: 100 (Number added on SIP Line)
Max Calls per Channel: 10

Dial Plan:

Under IP Offices/Short Code add a Short Code with the following Configurations:

Code: 9N; (you can use 9 or whatever number you want to dial to differentiate Telnyx trunk)
Feature: Dial
Telephone Number: 1N
Line Group: 100 (number added on SIP Line)
Locale: United States (US English)

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