This morning we started having some troubles with the voice system. We are experiencing one way audio issues.
We have the following:
CUCM6.1 --- 3560SW -- 3825(8FXO) --- PSTN
Any IP Phone connected to the 3560 switch can make calls to anywhere (internal IP or Analog extensions or PSTN), however, even if the call is connected, the person on the other side can't hear me no matter if it is another IP Phone, an analog phone connected to the VG224 or on the PSTN.
On the other hand, if I start the call on an analog phone, everything works perfectly, I can call an IP Phone and they will hear me and I will hear them. Also, if I call anyone outside on the PSTN I will hear them and they will hear me.
No changes have been made to the configurations, everything was working just fine!
Using the analyzer tool, if I enter the analog extension as caller number and an IP Phone extension as called number, I'll get a route pattern result.
If I enter an IP Phone extension as caller number and an analog extension as called number, I'll get a block pattern result.
Both, the IP and the analog extensions are within the same range 23XXX.
If I enter the IP phone extension as caller number and a PSTN number as called number, I'll also get a block pattern result.
Does anyone have an idea of what could be happening??
Check 'stream statistics' on the phone webpage during the problem. Note the IP address it is sending to. Make sure that the default gateway of the phone can reach that address.
On the gateway use 'show call active voice brief'. You should be able to find the IP address of the IP phone in there. You can use 'show voip rtp connections' to make sure the gateway is showing the right source address when talking to the IP phone. If not, you would need an appropriate bind command:
and you are sure nothing has changed on the switch from a routing standpoint?
routing, which is most of the times what causes this.
gateways are correct on the ip phones right? check the IP phone gateways
check back your routing (it wouldnt hurt) and see if there isnt anything there.
as metioned, check the stats as well on the phone. call one ip phone to another connected on the same switch (forget the pstn and vg for now since we know the VG is working.). when the call starts hit the help button twice and see if you have any packets passing. ill take a guess at saying you wont see anything.
im sure others would be helpful as well if it turns out not to be routing.
hope it helps a little bit at least.
just an FYI, i had a customer with a firewall centric network that caused one way audio when thier rules changed one evening. the voice engineers said nothing changed and from their standpoint nothing did......just to jogg the brain a little :)
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