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Inbound and outbound dial-peer matching

Hi Guys,

When checking the voice router, I found out that all the active calls are matching dial-peer 0, including inbound and outbound call legs

 

CallID          CID         ccVdb      Port              Slot/DSP:Ch  Called #   Codec    MLPP Dial-peers
0x1281AA   25B1 0x2446AA68 0/0/1:15.29      0/1:3                *           g711ulaw  0/0
0x12821F   25E4 0x2446AA68 0/0/1:15.25      0/1:6                 *           g711ulaw  0/0
0x128230   25EB 0x2446AA68 0/0/1:15.23      0/1:9                 *           g711ulaw  0/0
0x128275   2605 0x2446AA68 0/0/1:15.30      0/1:2                  *           g728          0/0
0x12828F   2612 0x2446AA68 0/0/1:15.26      0/1:7                  *           g729r8      0/0
0x1282F8   2635 0x2446AA68 0/0/1:15.24      0/1:8                  *           g728          0/0
0x1282FC   2637 0x2446AA68 0/0/1:15.22      0/1:10               *           g711ulaw   0/0
 

The gateway is MGCP. Does it look normal?

 

Thanks

Jim

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From which output you get to

From which output you get to know that its matching dial-peer 0 ? Because the output of show voice call status in MGCP does not show dial-peer and its working as designed.

As you are using E1 PRI , the call will be backhauled to CUCM. Its only show dial-peer number when call goes through analog port.

Thanks

Manish

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MGCP purpose is just in that

MGCP purpose is just in that - doing all config from CM and controling your gateway totally from there.

So this is just normal operation in your environment...

BR,

Dragan

HTH, Dragan
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