Yes, Wazo can handle that since, to Wazo, the remote phone, once connected, acts like a local phone.
Some things to be cautious about:
- NAT settings
- Router Port forward
- Most IP phones have simple user/Password login and having them directly connected to the publkic internet is practically a guarantee to hacking. Have the remote phones behind a router/firewall.
If your server is NATed and your remote phone is NATed, it is two NATs to transit and the settings are very particular about that. Have fun.
Satellite/Remote phones need to make sure they use a line registered to their location for e911. THat gets tricky with Wazo since the Outgoing context does not have a flag/filter for extension. See
for a more detailed discussion and coding solution for this.
Router Port Forward
If your remote phone is at a home address with dynamic IP address, you’ll need to use something like Travellin’Man (Ward Mundy) to keep that IP address in your setup for both Wazo and your Router for POort Forwearding if that is how you want to handle it. If a Fixed IP address is available, much easier.