I have a CUCM 6.0 and 2 ISR2811 acting as H.323 gateways in 2 different branch offices. I have configured a Route Group that with this 2 GWs. The goal is to redirect calls to a second gateway if all the ports in the first one are busy. It's notworking. POTS dial peers are configured in each GW for each dial pattern. I also tried DPs with preference like the folowing ones
The reason your Route Group is not working is because they are H.323 gateways and not MGCP gateways. With MGCP, CUCM actually interfaces with the ISDN D channel directly, so it knows when the PRI/Pots line is full/Down. Now if that gateway becomes unreachable then it will switch over to the other device in your route group.
Now on to how to fix your problem.
1. Is there anything on 10.0.0.1's inbound dial-peer that would stop this Gateway's outbound dial-peer from being matched?
2. Are you seeing the outbound dial-peer being matched when the primary dial-peer is full/down?
Andrew the way JuanCarlos try to configure his gateways with is right and configurable 100%
only what he needs just to add the command i have mentioned above
now he even if he wants, he can remove the second gateway from the route group because the call will be forwarded from gateway one to two as a h323 VOIP call in case of the GW1 pstn line conjested or the line is down
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