I have configured an h323 trunk between my cucm 7.1 and avaya cm 3 which is located in a different country.
It is working fine from our ip phones the avaya phones, through a route patten 50xxxxx.
I can connect to avaya and make local calls from avaya cm using another route pattern 519xxxxxxxx but the other way around it is not working.
I have created a separate route pattern 52.9xxxxxxxx (with gateway a pstn gateway connected to cucm) for the avaya users in ordrer to be able to route local calls to the country where cucm is located through the trunk.
I have tested the route pattern from cucm and it works fine. Is it the same for avaya users ?
The avaya users dial an code 100 to get access to the trunk then 529xxxxxxxx and the should be able to go out from my local pstn gateway, correct ?
Is it possible to trace the actual digits that are comming in on trunk?
I have enabled traces but I didn't noticed anything related.
Yes a detailed call manager trace will show you the in the SETUP the digits being passed to call manager. The inbound CSS of the H323 gateway should contain the partition of the route pattern in call manager for PSTN access if you just wanted to check that first.
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