PBXes.org (if you wish to read the page in English, right-click on the page and select Translate to English from the menu) is a German PBX provider that provides full operational service across all aspects of telephone system operation, from installation to updates, and even data backup are carried out by PBXes. They additionally provide a clear, easily calculable cost overview.

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Instructions for configuring PBXes to work with Telnyx

In this activity you will:

  1. Add a SIP trunk to PBXes and connect the trunk to Telnyx

  2. Configure inbound routing

  3. Configure outbound routing

Note: PBXes website (pbxes.org) is in German. We will provide all English instructions in this guide. If you wish to read PBXes' own site in English, right-click on the current page and select Translate to English from the right-click menu.

This guide only covers the basics of connecting the trunk with Telnyx and placing outgoing calls.

Pre-requisites

Video walkthrough

Setting up your Telnyx Mission Control Portal so you can make/receive calls:

Note: Video walkthrough for Thirdlane PBX/Telnyx configuration coming soon. Check back as we update our docs.

1. Add a SIP trunk to PBXes and connect the trunk to Telnyx

In this step, you will create a SIP trunk in your PBXes online portal and connect the SIP trunk to Telnyx.

  1. Log into your pbxes.com web portal using the login dialogue on the top-right of the page.

  2. Expand Trunks in the left-hand menu and click on Add Trunk.

  3. On the Add a Trunk page, click Add SIP Trunk.

  4. On the Add SIP Trunk page, find the General Settings section and provide the following:

    1. Trunk Name: This can be whatever makes sense to you.

    2. Language: Choose your language

    3. DTMF mode: Auto or you can choose a specific configuration

    4. audio-bypass: Your choice. Need help choosing?

    5. sendrpid: No (This field defines whether a Remote-Party-ID SIP header should be sent. This typically defaults to NO.)

  5. Now find the Account section and provide the following:

    1. username: Your Telnyx SIP account username

    2. password: Your Telnyx SIP account password

    3. SIP server or proxy: sip.telnyx.com

    4. domain: sip.telnyx.com

    5. register: Yes (inbound and outbound calls)

2. Configure inbound routing

In this step, you'll create an inbound routing dial rule and an outbound routing dial rule.

  1. Log into your pbxes.com web portal using the login dialogue on the top-right of the page.

  2. Expand Inbound Routing in the left-hand menu and click on Add Route.

  3. In the Options section, you can choose an Outbound Caller ID if you wish.

    Note the following Caller ID naming conventions:

    1. Call ID name should be in CAPITAL LETTERS. This is easier to read on some devices.

    2. No special characters will be displayed. Don't use them. Spaces are allowed.

    3. Max 15 characters (Many Canadian carriers truncate a caller ID longer than 15 characters)

  4. In the Dial Rules section make sure that:

    1. Dial Rules: The basic 1+NXXNXXXXXX will apply to the pattern in the outbound route

3. Configure outbound routing

In this step, you'll create an outbound routing dial rule and an outbound routing dial rule.

  1. Log into your pbxes.com web portal using the login dialogue on the top-right of the page.

  2. Expand Outbound Routing in the left-hand menu and click on Add Route.

  3. In the Add Route section, enter the following details:

    1. Route Name: Telnyx_out or something similar that makes sense to you

    2. Trunk Sequence: You should see SIP/Telnyx as an option in the dropdown. Select this.

  4. In the Set Destination section, enter the following details:

    1. Custom Dial Patterns: NXXNXXXXXX (this is the basic pattern)

That's it, you've now configured a PBXes SIP trunk with Telnyx.


Additional Resources

Review our getting started guide to make sure your Telnyx Mission Control Portal account is set up correctly.

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