I have configured on CME three dial-peers as following:
dial-peer voice 101 pots
dial-peer voice 102 pots
dial-peer voice 105 voip
translation-profile incoming In-Sip
translation-profile outgoing out-Sip
session protocol sipv2
session target sip-server
voice translation-rule 1
rule 1 /.*/ /0811930XXXX/
voice translation-rule 2
rule 1 /0811930XXXX/ /200/
voice translation-profile In-Sip
translate called 2
voice translation-profile Out-Sip
translate calling 1
port 0/1/1 and 0/1/0 are two FXO with simple pstn line.
all dial-peers are admin and operational UP.
I have noticed when we do an Outbound call and the dial-peer 101 is already in use the CME routes the call directly on the dial-peer 102 with preference 3, and it jumps the dial-peer 105 with preference 2 that should have a higher priority rather dial-peer 102.
If I remove the dial-peer 102, when I do a call and the dial-peer 101 is in use the CME simply refuse the call.
Also, post your sip-ua config to see what you are pointing to. I would suspect that the issue is the sip communication, are you authenticating to the sip trunk or whatever you are pointing to via sip. Can you post "debug ccsip messages"?
Using the debug command I've seen that the preference was working good. The problem was in the configuration of the dial-peer 105. As you can see there was an error in the name of the outgoing translation-profile. Simply a case sensitive error (I know... i'm a newbie).
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