I have looked through all of the discussions on this topic and I have tried several ways to associate an ephone-dn with an FXO port.
My simple configuration:
dial-peer voice 80 pots
number 4179 secondary 2087724179
description Telcor Intercom
A user calls 4179 and gets a slow-busy (not reorder). I ran a debug voice dialpeer default
I can see the 4179 extension being sent to ephone-dn 108 but it doesn't go any farther. I was expecting the "trunk 30" to pass "30" to
dial-peer voice 80 pots "destination pattern" but the dialpeer debug stops at ephone-dn 108.
I deleted ephone-dn 108 and created a dial-peer with a destination pattern of 4179 pointing to port 2/0/8 and when 4179 is dialed the Intercom system picks up the call.
I order for this to work as an ephone-dn do I need to associate it with an ephone or several ephones (second button)? I am just testing to see if what I have configured will work, maybe I'm just going at it wrong during the testing of the system.
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