Am attempting to get outbound calls via SIP to my ISP working, inbound SIP works fine.
Calling an external number gives an error tone on the handset.
The objective is that all calls except emergency (000 in Australia) go out via the SIP service. 0 (zero) is dialed to make an external call. My SIP provider is: sip.internode.on.net.
I've attached the config, and the debug cssip calls log is provided below.
What I've been able to glean from the debug is that either the number isn't being translated correctly since the leading zero (0) is supposed to be stripped, or that my end has been unable to negotiate a protocol with the external sip server, or both.
I have a UC520 with c500-advipservicesk9-mz.124-11.XW4.
All help appreciated.
----------debug cssip calls----------
(184.108.40.206 represents external IP address of my router, 04123456789 is a mobile number, 0391234567 is my office number)
006922: Jan 21 01:11:11.723: //5890/706DCA6D82CB/SIP/Call/sipSPICallInfo:
The Call Setup Information is:
Call Control Block (CCB) : 0x858164CC
State of The Call : STATE_DEAD
TCP Sockets Used : NO
Calling Number : 301
Called Number : 004123456789
Source IP Address (Sig ): 220.127.116.11
Destn SIP Req Addr:Port : 18.104.22.168:5060
Destn SIP Resp Addr:Port : 22.214.171.124:5060
Destination Name : sip.internode.on.net
006923: Jan 21 01:11:11.723: //5890/706DCA6D82CB/SIP/Call/sipSPIMediaCallInfo:
The problem is now fixed completely to the point where a zero "0" doesn't need to be dialed to get an outside line which is fine for this very small install.
The reason why it wasn't showing in the debug was because the number was the incorrect length for the dial-peer rule I had created.
All good now.
BTW anyone is Australia trying to use CCA to set up one of these boxes - don't. There is a bug which mucks up the dialing plans in the config. The bug is apparently known by Cisco. I believe it is to do with our use of 000 for emergency, and our traditional use of 0 for outside lines.
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