As you know there is a lot of VoIP devices in the market. For us it's hard to offer the all the interconnection guide for them. Therefore we offer an general guide to help the users finish the interconnection with other VoIP devices.
This guide is applicable for Yeastar TA FXO, TB, TE, TG gateway. For other VoIP device generally, if it supports SIP, you can refer this guide.
The guide insists of 4 major steps.
- SIP Trunk Selection
- Routing Plan
- DID and DOD Settings
- Interconnection Solutions
1 - SIP Trunk Selection
It depends on what type of SIP trunk the interconnection party supports.
You can refer this guide to understand the different of 3 types of SIP trunk that the Yeastar gateway supports.
Usually the Service-Provider (Peer-type) trunk is recommended. Because it is much easier to configure.
Refer this guide Yeaster Gateway SIP Trunk Basic Guide
2 - Routing Plan
It defines wow to use the line resource to make calls. It depends on your plan. In this part we only talk about the setting on Yeastar products. For the settings on the other interconnection party, try to refer its userr guide.
Route Settings Suggestion
2.1 The Call from SIP Trunks to Physical Trunks (Analog/ISDN/Cellular).
The common scenarios:
- Outgoing trunks could be any, or by specific strategy like linear, Round-Robin.
You can use the port group as the call destination trunks if you don't need the lines to be specific for use.
Also for TG, TA FXO gateway it supports line usage stragey.
- Outgoing trunks should be specific based on the called numbers.
You need to understand the Yeastar gateway route working logic and refer the article (TG as example) to achieve the goal:
Make and Receive Calls by the Specific Carrier GSM Line for TG
Some clients need to use the gateway with IP phone / softphone directly.
How to use one TG GSM Gateway for Incoming and Outgoing Calls
Route Mode Suggestion
Simple or Non-Simple Mode? It mainly depends on do you need the Yeastar Gateway to perform the called number manipulation.
You can also refer the Yeastar gateway route working logic.
2.2 The Call from Physical Trunks (Analog/ISDN/Cellular) to SIP Trunks.
As the destination can be only, so it more simpler.
Like GSM trunk or analog trunk, you just need to care about what DID number to be sent to SIP trunk side. And select the correct Call Source & Destination trunks.
Usually you can use Hotline field to configure the DID you want to send.
For incoming call, basically the Simple mode could cover most scenarios.
But if it is ISDN trunk, you need depends on do you need the Yeastar Gateway to perform the called number manipulation. You need to use Non-Simple mode.
3 - DID and DOD Settings
Sometimes you would need specific DID and DOD settings for SIP trunk and ISDN trunks.
Regular Consecutive DID and DOD Setup for TE Gateway
4 - Interconnection Solutions
Refer the solutions in the following pages: