I am having some trouble finding an example of setting up a fxs port with an analog phone. I would like to be able to place a call from the anlog phone that is connected to the fxs port. Everytime I try and configure it I get a busy signal. I know I am doing something wrong as this should work fine.
Any examples would be appreciated.
I don't want to call the analog phone, I want to place a call from it.
The analog device is on its own connected to the fxs port on an srst router. I want to call a 10 digit or 11 digit number from this phone via our CUCM servers. Yes I get dial-tone when I connect it to the FXS port.
Do you have the GW defined in CUCM with proper calling search space and sig digits set to All? Is there a reason you need to hairin these calls via CUCM, because if PSTN trunks are on this GW you should just point your pots dial peers there.
I don't think the call is ever getting to the CUCM servers, from the debugs I did the other day. I do have the gateway setup correctly on the CUCM serves with the digits set to all. This gateway has nothing other than this FXS card right now. Our PRI is on a different gateway.
Can you post debug voice dial peer? Also what CSS do you have applied to the GW? What 10 digit number are you dialing and where is it suppose to go? If PSTN do you match proper route pattern? Have you used dialed number analyzer for this?
I will have to post the debug next week when I am back at the site. The CSS on the gateway is the same css as the voip phones in the building, and it has the correct route pattern to route a 10 digit call.
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