I'm testing some TEHO configs in lab (for redundancy/disaster recovery, not really for toll-bypass). I have 2 2811's on the same network segment, each with a single POTS. I configured an h.323 gateway to a ccm 4.1 cluster for the sole purpose of placing test calls and testing inbound POTS delivery.
The purpose of my testing is to pass a call to router1 with 2 dial-peers - pref 1 routes to router2, pref 2 routes out the POTS on router1. I have the same configs in place on router2. I haven't gotten around to adding RSVP configs because I'm not getting RTP on all call legs.
From a phone registered to ccm, I place a test call to router1. The pref 1 dial-peer routes the call to router2. Router1 shows 2 active call legs - both h.323 (ccm to gateway & gateway to gateway). Router2 shows 2 active call legs - 1 telephony and 1 h.323 (router1 to router2 & POTS). The call rings to a 2nd test phone via the PSTN. I answer, and get no RTP either way and the call disconnects after 7-8secs every time.
I've attached the configs for both routers. Both are running c2800nm-adventerprisek9_ivs-mz.124-24.T.bin.
Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.