Card VIC 4FXS/DID and 8FXS/DID

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Dec 20th, 2008
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Hello,


I have installed one card VIC 4FXS/DID and one card 8FXS/DID on my Call Manager Express.


Card 4FXS/DID on port HWIC 1 and card 8FXS/DID on slot 4, how put and extension number to port 0/1/0 for exemple?


I want to put extension "110" to the port 0/1/0


Regards


Correct Answer by Nicholas Matthews about 8 years 6 months ago

If you have this, your configuration is correct. You have something else going on, which is very hard to speculate what it could be.


Some things to check:

No corlists configured

'show dial-peer voice summary' - make sure there aren't duplicate DNs or somewhere else it's getting dialed to.

'debug voip dialpeer' see which dialpeer is getting hit when you dial 110.

'show voice port summ' - make sure the port is up/up/on-hook

Check for number expansion that may be changing the numbers

Check any time-based call blocking under telephony service



hth,

nick

Correct Answer by david-lima about 8 years 6 months ago

H, verify that you have these commans in your router:

router(config)#voice rtp send-recv

in your active fastethernet

router(config-if)#h323-gateway voip bind srcaddr "the IP of your active fastethernet"

Hope this help

David

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Nicholas Matthews Sat, 12/20/2008 - 05:29
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These will be pots dial peers.


dial-peer voice 555

destination-pattern 110

port 0/1/0


hth,

nick

p.maillot Sat, 12/20/2008 - 07:31
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Thanks,


I have already this


dial-peer voice 1 pots

destination-pattern 110

port 0/1/0


Analog phone 110 can call ip phone 100 but the ip phone 100 cannot call the analog phone 110.



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david-lima Sun, 12/21/2008 - 06:48
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H, verify that you have these commans in your router:

router(config)#voice rtp send-recv

in your active fastethernet

router(config-if)#h323-gateway voip bind srcaddr "the IP of your active fastethernet"

Hope this help

David

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Nicholas Matthews Sun, 12/21/2008 - 12:55
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If you have this, your configuration is correct. You have something else going on, which is very hard to speculate what it could be.


Some things to check:

No corlists configured

'show dial-peer voice summary' - make sure there aren't duplicate DNs or somewhere else it's getting dialed to.

'debug voip dialpeer' see which dialpeer is getting hit when you dial 110.

'show voice port summ' - make sure the port is up/up/on-hook

Check for number expansion that may be changing the numbers

Check any time-based call blocking under telephony service



hth,

nick

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