a. Incoming cor list should be a superset of outgoing cor list for call to succeed.
b. If you configure incoming and not outgoing (or vice versa) the configured cor list has no effect. Call will pass.
c. Call will fail only if incoming is a subset of outgoing list.
Rule a and c are very important.
You have to define COR names first which are identical to partitions in Callmanager.
dial-peer cor custom
In the above step i created for partitions (COR names).
Now i have to define incoming and outgoing cor lists, which may be similar to CSS in Callmanager world, but they are not applied exactly the same way we do in Callmanager. Cor lists can be applied to ephones in CME, SRST phones globally in call-manager-fallback mode and dial-peers in a router.
dial-peer cor list local
dial-peer cor list ld
dial-peer cor list intl
dial-peer cor list 911
dial-peer cor list phone1
dial-peer cor list phone2
dial-peer voice 1 pots
cor outgoing 911
dial-peer voice 2 pots
cor outgoing local
dial-peer voice 3 pots
cor outgoing ld
dial-peer voice 4 pots
cor outgoing intl
cor incoming phone1
cor incoming phone2
The above example provides 911 and local access to phone1 and all calls (911, local, ld, intl) to phone2. The dial-peers for PSTN access have cor lists applied in the outbound direction. See how the incoming corlist for phone 1 is not a superset of outgoing dial-peer 3,4 (911, local is there, but no ld and intl access).
In case of phone 2 all 4 cor names are included, which makes it a superset of dial-peers 1,2,3,4. This helps in placing any call to the pstn without any restriction from phone 2.
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