MGCP Dial-peers rewrite to IOS after Gateway bounces/ MGCP reset
We have an MGCP gateway with some MGCP dial-peers created and also some h.323/SRST peers. We specifically created the mgcp peers first to give priority for the MGCP peers on inbound calls.
The problem is, when the gateway is reset in CUCM gateway page, or the wan connection to the router goes down and up, the MGCP dial peers are rewritten to the Router. The MGCP dial peers in that case are not first priority, so inbound calls do not work.
Re: MGCP Dial-peers rewrite to IOS after Gateway bounces/ MGCP r
I think i figured out the issue. It seems like when we configred the MGCP dial peers, we entered them manually. When MGCP registration to the gateway was broken and re-established, the peers would write to the gateway.
To resolve this, I removed all the mgcp peers and h323 peers from the ios gateway.
then i reset the gateway in CUCM. This wrote the 99901X mgcp peers to the ios. then i added the 9X srst/h323 peers.
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