This recipe focuses on how to configure Grandstream to function as a peer
For this recipe we will be using GXW4104 as an example.
Configuring the FortiVoice Unit
Before configuring the Grandstream Gateway, you will need to configure the FortiVoice unit
Trunks > Office Peers > Office Peers. Select
New. Enter your Grandstream information. Enter the IP in the Remote server textbox and leave the authentication settings unchecked.
Call Routing > Outbound > Outbound. Select
New. Create a new Dialed Number Match. In the example to the right all calls with the prefix “5” are forwarded to the PSTN lines connected to the Grandstream gateway.
Call Routing > Inbound > Inbound. Select
New. Add inbound call routing rules for incoming calls on the GXW4104 gateway.
Open the From Trunk dropdown menu and select the gateway (peer office) as the incoming trunk.
Adding the GXW4104 gateway as a peer office. Adding outbound call routing rules for direct outgoing calls. Adding inbound call routing rules for incoming calls. Selecting the gateway as the incoming trunk.
Configuring the Grandstream GXW4104 Gateway
Now that the FortiVoice unit is properly configured, we can move to configuring grandstream.
Create an account with the FortiVoice
IP address as the SIP server. Go to
Accounts > SIP Settings. Disable the SIP registration.
Add a channel using the account created above.
Configure the channel settings to unconditionally forward calls from the PSTN to the FortiVoice unit.
Set the dialing method to 1 stage.
Verify the incoming call from PSTN side to SIP side.
Creating an account. Disabling SIP settings.
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