So I'm really confused on why I can't dial 10 digits, but I can dial 7 digits without a issue. I'm running CUCM 7 not express, also I tried to check the back of my FXO to see if I had a link light, and I do not, but I'm connected to the analog line and trying to setup H.323 so I can have caller -ID working is there something wrong with my FXO????
I heard if I upgraded my IOS to 12.4 (15) T I could run MGCP and have caller - ID on my FXO interface.
Well I changed some things in the route pattern and it started dialing 10-digits now. The problem I’m experiencing is this. I try and make a call and get a fast busy signal. I checked the back of my router and my FXO card does not have a link light like it once had when I ran CME. I thought I configured everything correctly, but I guess I did not. Below is what's in my config on the gateway. Keep in mind I am running H.323 because I want Caller-ID to work incoming from the PSTN.
voice-port 1/1/0 ring number 4 timeouts call-disconnect 3 timeouts ringing 5 connection plar opx 100 description 2621XM ! voice-port 1/1/1 ! ccm-manager music-on-hold ! ! ! ! dial-peer voice 100 voip destination-pattern 10. session target ipv4:10.0.1.16 incoming called-number . dtmf-relay h245-signal ip qos dscp cs5 media ! dial-peer voice 200 pots destination-pattern 200 port 1/1/0 ! dial-peer voice 201 pots destination-pattern 201 port 1/1/1 ! dial-peer voice 9 pots description 10 digit dialing destination-pattern 9[2-9]..[2-9]...... port 1/1/0 ! dial-peer voice 10 pots description Long Distance destination-pattern 10[2-9]..[2-9]...... port 1/1/0 !
Do you think that could be some of my problems I'm experiencing? I'm still trying to figure out how to configure h.323 and my 2621xm using CUCM 7.
Could be. You may also want to check the route pattern/route pattern/route list configuration on cucm, as the digits may be stripped there as well. you can also debug the dialpeers as well to see what is happening in the gateway as you make the call. This should show you which digits are being sent to the PSTN.
Check your route patterns, and see if any digit stripping is being peformed there. If not, check your route list detail and see if the digit stripping is being performed there. Lastly, if you issue a debug voip dialpeer on the gateway, you will be able to see if the call even reaches the gateway and matches a dialpeer. Please advise as to your findings.
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