The innovative Com.X FlexPath feature is extremely powerful and allows flexible routing, trunk to trunk routing, gateway and class of service capabilities. FlexPaths allow grouping of call sources into contexts (paths) which can be associated with outbound routes, inbound routing tables, transformations, destinations, etc.
FlexPaths are not required for many typical PBX configurations, but are extremely useful for special routing needs, gateway configurations, partitioning and other applications.
Fundamentally, the FlexPath feature provides customisable call handling through hand crafted routing paths.
To access FlexPath, select Configuration from the Start menu, and then the FlexPath panel.
- FlexPath Fundamentals
- FlexPath Route Types
- Flexpath Destinations
- Viewing Existing Flexpaths
- Adding a new FlexPath
- Deleting FlexPaths
- Adding Routes to a FlexPath
- Changing Route Priority within a FlexPath
- Editing Routes within a FlexPath
- Deleting Routes from a FlexPath
- FlexPath use Cases