I have configured an IP phone (extension 100) for receiving all the incoming calls of my CME 3.3 Then I have configured it to forward calls to another IP phone ( extension 112 )when it's busy or no answered.
The problem is that this command only runs when you call from an other internal extension. i.e. if I call from extension 101 to 100 and it's no answered it forward to 112 correctly.
But the problem is when you call from the PSTN, you call to 964812530, this number is converted to 100, the extension 100 rings, but when it's not answered or busy doesn't jump to 112.
I didn't see any of your circuit detail, but if this is a PRI with DIDs, try removing your voice translation-rule 1 and adding the "dialplna-pattern" which will act similar to the "num-exp"..... then set up a "ephone-hunt 1 sequential" with 100, followed by 101, then send the call to the next extension that can provide coverage. I think you will find that the hunt feature is more suited to what you are trying to do.
the thing is that when you enable CF and the call in coming via SIP, the router will send a "302 moved temporarily" message with the forwarded extension number. Reasonably, the ITSP will not rehunt to this extension number that is unknown to his dialing plan.
Starting with CME 4.1 (IOS 12.4(11)XJ) you can disable this globally under "voice service voip" or on a per-dial-peer basis with "no supplementary-service sip moved-temporarily", and the transfer will happen transparently to the SIP calling party.
The suggestion about using hunt group I think is reasonable if you constantly use CF on these phone-dn.
Also note, you don't need translation incoming, because you have configured secondary numbers on the ephone-dn.
I had a similar issue when connecting a Linksys system to our CCME via a SIP trunk, even though it would ring extensions fine it wasn't being diverted to voicemail. I can't recall exactly what the problem was but I think it was to do with the fact that the phones were running Cisco's standard SCCP protocol, so I think there was something wrong with the translation between SIP and SCCP. I think I loaded SIP firmware on the phones and then it worked OK - not 100% sure?
I also have the same problem between two branches each with CCME and CUE - I think it's the same issue, even though the calls go through to the phone they don't reach the CUE (which is a SIP trunk from the CCME)?
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