I'm trying to use the call-forward nonan feature so that an incoming call (from the sip trunk) will get diverted to my ATA phone if not answered, but the incoming call gets dropped after just a few seconds. The external caller hears a couple of rings and then a continuous tone signifying a disconnect.
I have a cisco 7940 ip phone that receives the incoming calls from the sip trunk and a cisco ATA that runs a second internal phone. Attached is my (stripped down) running config. I did find another thread about this problem but I couldn't resolve this issue. Thanks for any pointers.
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