Galaxy Expand – Survivable Remote Gateway Configuration

Survivable Remote Gateway Configuration

Galaxy Expand Hardware Requirements

Required cards

When deployed as a Survivable Remote Gateway, the configuration requires a Galaxy Expand Server Card. The choice of which Server card is based upon the number of extensions required or the number of simultaneous calls required for the call server.  The capacities of the various server cards is described in Galaxy Expand – Platform Hardware

Optional Cards

Any of the available Telephony interface cards that use an ethernet connection on the backplane as described in Galaxy Expand – Platform Hardware can be configured in any of the ten remaining slots.
For details on how to configure the optional Telephony Interface Cards, refer to the following:

  1. DSM16 Card Configuration (Ethernet Enabled)
  2. PRI Card Configuration (Ethernet Enabled)
  3. FXS16 Card Configuration (Ethernet Enabled)

If required, additional Telephony interface cards can be installed in another Galaxy Expand chassis using the configuration described in Galaxy Expand – Local Gateway (Expansion Chassis).

Server Card Network Connection and Configuration

Slot assignment for Required Cards

When deploying the Galaxy Expand as a Survivable Remote Gateway, the Galaxy Expand Server Card should be installed in slot 7a as noted in Galaxy Expand – Platform Hardware. When the single slot 2930 Call Server card is used the corresponding “b” slot for that location should be covered with a blank card slot cover.

Configuring the Survivable Remote Gateway Functionality

Once the Galaxy Expand hardware configuration for Survivable Remote Gateway is complete, the configuration of the SRG software can be completed as per the Survivable Remote Gateway (SRG) documentation.