Please Help. I have an analog line plugged into a fxo port for our backup just in our VOIP environment. I can make incoming calls to the analog line and it correctly forwards to the internal extension assign on the connection plar. But when i try and make a call from the router. I receive a disconnect. csim start has been pretty helpful in testing my other 28 sites.
csim start 94231294 csim: called number = 94231294, loop count = 1 ping count = 0
You are running CCM? What version (just for kicks and giggles)?
you have bits of MGCP and H323 - what do you want to run here?
You are catching the incoming calls with H323 dial-peers
Have you connected a buttset or normal analog phone to the FXO to check dial out? Some CO trunks do not provide dial-tone ( a human oriented signalling method) - you can still diall out as long as there is battery
Can you do a debug voice dialpeer to see which dialpeer you are matching outbound?
Also try a debug vpm signaling to see what is actually happening
Dial-peers 9000 and 9001 are also competeing with 100 and 101 - what are you trying to accomplish?
When you attempt to make a call "from the router" is only via CSIM?
Sorry for little information. I am very new to the voice side of the router configs. I really don't have a lot of answers for you because I didn't configure the voice stuff, so I don't what the purposes of some of the features that is in the config. I only tested using CSIM. I will do some of the debug option you listed. Thanks!
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