I hope you must understand everything once you see the configuration. We are using 16 PSTN analog lines which are directly connected to the router.The problem which I am facing is that when anybody calls from cisco ip phone to land line number, the land line phone displays the different number other than the number from it is receiving the call.
I trouble shoot this issue by using the command show voice call status but every time the router picks the voice port randomly.
There are no hunting lines in the PBX either. I want to restrict the caller to use the same port which is assigned to him.
Can anybody help me in this regard. I will be very thankful.
Hi Mukarram, hope you are well.
I suspect that the outgoing dial-peer is not being matched when you dial using the trunk selection.
Have you tried to configure a different trunk access number, for example 91, 55 or any other number other than A1?
Please capture a debug voice ccapi inout when you attempt to make an outbound call from a 7921. This should clarify whether the appropriate outbound dial-peer is being matched, which is doesn't appear to be.
Hope this helps.
What I believe you are looking for is speed-dials, which you configure directly on the ephone via the CLI.
Alternatively the user can add them through the user CME administration GUI, log into the CME administration using the username and password created under the same ephone:-
username "Test1" password cisco
speed-dial 1 1002 label "Test-Phone2"
username "Test2" password cisco
speed-dial 1 1001 label "Test-Phone1"
The following section of the CME Admin GUI details how to enable the GUI:-
The PIN feature that you refer to, is specifically for call-blocking. For example you may have configured call-blocking restrictions at certain time of day. In order to override this, the user inputs the PIN assigned:-
For configuring extension mobility please refer to the following guide:-
Hope this helps.
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Hi Mukarram, it's good to hear that I was able to assist you, and that you resolved your problem.