Bearer capability-based routing allows routing of calls to different TKGs (Trunk Groups) based on the originator's bearer capability.
Routes are ordered by their priorities and arranged in a linked list. A single route can belong to many destinations and priority is unique.
Routing is also based on incoming signaling type. A-side signaling-based routing allows the use of different protocols for outgoing calls to the same destination code based on the signaling protocol used by the originating side. The SIP signaling protocol is associated with this route.
If bearer capability and signaling type are entered, the route list is mandatory. Up to 8 routes can be assigned in a route list and at least one route must exist. More than one route list can be assigned to a destination with each list associated with a different bearer capability an signaling type.
Each route is a collection of groups or addresses that provide a path to a destination. There are several types of routes, as follows:
Gateway — The route points to the gateway EP (Endpoint) which defines the IP address and call signaling type information. The Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony supports up to eight gateway routes per EP.Parent topic: Routing and Translation