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LAN Interface: Physical Port: GROUP_1(GE_1) (This reflects the physical network adapter used) VLAN ID: 1 IP Address: 10.0.0.6 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway: Leave Blank Primary DNS: 10.0.0.4 (Domain Controller) Secondary DNS: Blank WAN Interface: Physical Port: GROUP_2(GE_2) (This reflects the physical network adapter used) VLAN ID: 2 IP Address: 192.168.1.9 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1 NAT Public IP: .19 Primary DNS: 8.8.8.8 Secondary DNS: 4.2.2.2 Management Interface: OAM Interface: LAN IP-PBX: Address: sfb01.Backup Address: Blank SIP Domain: Keep Alive: checked (uses Options) MEDIA PORTS (REALM) Media Protocol: RTP Base Port: 6000 Number of Sessions: 100 SIP INTERFACE: Transport Type: TCP Destination Port: 5068 Listening Port: 5060 SIP TRUNK: Address: ITSP IP Address (This information will need to be updated with information you receive from your ITSP) Backup Address: Blank SIP Domain: Blank Keep Alive: typically checked (I left unchecked as I didn’t have ITSP information at the time of setup and didn’t want to throw a bunch of errors) SIP ACCOUNT: Account Type: None (Intele Peer doesn’t require an account username/password) NAT: NAT Public IP: Use the Public IP that will be NAT’d to your SBC SIP Interface: Transport Type: TCP (This will come from your ITSP) Destination Port: 5060 (This will come from you ITSP) Listening Port: 5060 Media Ports Realm: Media Protocol: RTP Base Port: 7000 Number of sessions: 100 I’m skipping this section as I will be receiving e.164 number formats from the ITSP and I will be sending e.164 to the ITSP.

In this part, we will setup our SIP Trunks with Skype for Business and Intele Peer via our Audio Codes SBC.

Adding a SIP Trunk in Skype for business is fairly straight forward.

We can see here that there are several options: We will be using option 1.

We are setting up a SIP trunk between an IP-PBX (Skype for Business) and an ITSP (Intele Peer).

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