I've got a SIP trunk from the carrier coming into a VGW/CUBE. The CUBE converts to H323 to CM 4.1(3). So I have my two VoIP dial-peers for each CM for protocol H323 for incoming calls back to CM. I want to verify that when my first CM goes down, the backup VoIP peer is selected and will route to the backup CM. So I built an access list denying IP any to the primary CM and placed on the CUBE H323 GW. Now the SIP call setup from the carrier keeps re-initializing and the outbound call leg (to CM) never appears to establish amd the phone never rings. debug voice dialpeer shows matching on both dialpeers. I've got my h323 voice class set up with timers. I tried explicitly setting the preference and changing the dialpeer hunt option to use preference first. Any ideas?
Re: H323 VoIP peer not going to second preference.
This isn't a good configuration.
You need to understand that CUBE does not take protocols in to account when looking for dial peers - it is very simplistic.
It will only go by preference and destination-pattern here. In this case, your SIP trunk on dial peer 2 and your CCM on dial peer 1 are equal-cost dial peers. In this scenario, it is possible to load balance between these two dial peers.
You should have the DID range for your CCM in your CCM dial peers. If it is not contiguous, you can use multiple dial peers.
When you do this, only those two dial peers will be matched and you will have fail-over from dial peer 1 to 3.
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