So far, we have shared 100+ real questions from our customers and the answers from our tech support team. Today, we are going to share another Q&A with all of you who might be using Grandstream’s PBX and having the same question!
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How to have my Grandstream PBXs communicate with one another?
Q: I have 3 Grandstream Pbxs on one network including One UCM6208 and two UCM6204. All in the same IP pool each ending in 192.168.0.210, .211, .212. Is there a way to have extensions from each of the PBX’s call the extension on the other PBX’s directly?
A: You will need to create a SIP trunk to communicate these devices to one another. And yes, one GS UCM can call other extensions. Click Here for the configuration guide!
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