+ Add Bridge > Add slave
Name of Bridge:
Virtual Extension Number:
Remote PBX IP and Port:
From Voxtelesys |
Time between registration attempts (Seconds):
Allow Inbound Calls:
Allow Outbound Calls:
PBX Delivers Audio:
From : Display Name:
"CallerName" caller's name (default:From->display name)
Below is an example rule on how to point calls to Teams with a prefix:
VTS Slave Bridge
Calls to Numbers starting with prefix:
Calls to Number with a length of:
VTS Teams | Strip Digits:
In our example, we could dial
80802048, then the call would go to Teams as 2048, as the 8080 would be stripped off. Our extensions are 4 digits in length. If we are doing a 3 digit extension, the length would be set to 7.
See guide here
If you haven't already set up your Voxtelesys SBC please refer to these instructions.
Set-CsUser -Identity “email@example.com” -EnterpriseVoiceEnabled $true -HostedVoiceMail $true -OnPremLineURI Tel:2048
firstname.lastname@example.org, set the user's email that you want to assign the caller ID.
2048, set the user's extension number on the 3CX.
Grant-CsOnlineVoiceRoutingPolicy -Identity “email@example.com” -PolicyName “voxtelesys”
Dial the extension/user on Teams with the prefix:
3CX strips the prefix off and dials the slave bridge.
Teams can be answered on your desktop or cell phone app.
Now test call back into 3CX by dialing the extension number (no prefix needed).
For calls to ring to the Teams client all the time, you can assign the prefix and extension as the mobile number, then select ring my mobile simultaneously on the forwarding rules.