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Practical VoIP Using VOCAL by Luan Dang, Cullen Jennings, David Kelly

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Gateway Marshal Servers

The Gateway Marshal servers connect the VOCAL system to the PSTN gateways .

Table 6-9 shows the provisioning tasks that can be performed with the Gateway Marshal server.

Table 6-9. Gateway Marshal server tasks

Task

Comments

Adding a Gateway Marshal server group

Gateway Marshal server groups are the second sublevel below marshalServers and serverType Gateway on the directory tree.

Gateway Marshals that are dedicated to specific PSTN area codes must be separated by area code into different groups.

Adding a Gateway Marshal server

The number of Gateway Marshals may depend on how you have configured your system to best serve customers in different regions.

Editing a Gateway Marshal server

Select a server, edit the fields, and then click OK. Table 6-10 describes the fields.

Adding additional Gateway Marshal servers

Additional servers can be added as the system grows in size or if greater reliability is desired. Follow the earlier instructions in "Adding New Servers.”

Deleting Gateway Marshal servers

Select a server and click Delete.

Figure 6-5 shows the Gateway Marshal server’s data entry fields.

Gateway Marshal server data entry screen

Figure 6-5. Gateway Marshal server data entry screen

Table 6-10 describes the fields.

Table 6-10. Gateway Marshal server data entry fields

Field

Description

Type

A notice describing this server’s Marshal server type.

Group

A notice describing this ...

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