I am running CME on a 2801 router. I have configured a dial peer that allows the analogue phone to dial and be dialed. When I call an IP phone from the analogue phone the IP Phone rings with an external ring rather than an internal ring. Is there anyway I can change this to let it see that the FXS port is internal not external to the router but the phone still to ring if an external call is incoming?
I have tried this, this is for the call progress tones for the analogue user. The rings I am trying to change are on the Cisco IP Phones specifically the distinctive ringer to differentiate between internal and external calls.
When the analogue phone calls the IP phone on the same system the IP Phone rings as if it is an external call rather than an internal call.
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