Details

  • Video Length:2:33
  • Published:1 February 2017
  • Module Location: Connectivity > IP Trunks

Text Tutorial

​The QuBe IP Trunks module is used to connect the PBX to QuestBlue systems SBC to allow the PBX to handle incoming and outgoing calls.

Depending on your use of the QuBE PBX, either select the Create QuestBlue Trunk button or the Create SIP Trunk button

System Usage

QuestBlue Trunk: As QuestBlue Systems is your provider, clicking the Create QuestBlue Trunk button will automatically fill in all of the appropriate trunk settings with QuestBlue's specifications.

  • Click the Create QuestBlue Trunk Button

  • Trunk Name
    • Edit the trunk name if you wish to define it with a unique name
  • Outbound CID
    • If the outbound CID number is set in the trunk module it will be universal to all outbound calls
  • All SIP Settings are set by default to QuestBlue's
  • For additional SIP settings drop down the SIP Settings section
  • Dialed Number Manipulation Rules are automatically defaulted to QuestBlue Specifications

  • Click the Submit button to save configuration


SIP Trunk: Set up the SIP trunk to your specifications.

  • Click the Create SIP Trunk Button

  • Trunk Name
    • Edit the trunk name if you wish to define it with a unique name
  • Outbound CID
    • If the outbound CID is set in trunk module it will be universal to all outbound calls
  • CID Options
    • CID options determine what outbound CID are allowed out from trunk
  • Trunk Type
    • Set the trunk type of either peer or user. Default is peer
  • Host
    • Host is the IP or DNS name of the SIP server
  • DTMF Mode
    • RFC2833 sends DTMF tones separately with specially encoded RTP packets. These are distinct audio packets but are within the same network connection.
    • Inband sends tones as inband audio with the voice stream. Dialing on the device will create DTMF tones.
    • Info is an out of band method which sends the DTMF signals over SIP using a separate network connection
  • NAT Settings
    • See extension page for explanation on NAT selection
  • Direct Media
    • Set YES or NO depending on how to pass trunk media
  • Qualify
    • Set YES or NO depending on how to enable peer qualifying
  • From Domain
    • When making outbound SIP INVITEs to non-peers, use your primary domain "identity" for from: headers instead of just your IP address. This is to be polite and it may be a mandatory requirement for some destinations which do not have a prior account relationship with your server.
  • Authenticate Insecure
    • Authenticate insecure notifies how to authenticate to the peer
  • For additional SIP settings drop down the SIP Settings section
  • Enter Dialed Number Manipulation Rules so these rules can manipulate the outgoing number before sending it out of this trunk

  • ​Click the Submit button to save configuration
IP Trunks Module Screen