I have CCM 6.0 which is registered with GW via H.323 .... my outgoing calls (from ip phone to PSTN) are working fine but for incoming (from PSTN to IP Phone) if i dont select any partition (i mean if i select none) then incoming call works fine otherwise if i select any partition then on incoming call the caller (the one who is calling from pstn) hears this msg
"your call cant be completed as dial please confirm your directory and call again this is recording"
i have 12 partition and 8 CSS in which selected partitions are addedd .. and on my phone the CSS which i am selecting, that partition is added in it ,
my router config is :
voice translation-rule 1
rule 1 /^17579/ //
voice translation-rule 300
rule 1 // //
voice translation-profile PSTNIN
translate called 1
voice translation-profile PSTNOUT
translate calling 300
ip address 10.32.64.5 255.255.255.0
h323-gateway voip interface
no ip address
isdn switch-type primary-4ess
isdn incoming-voice voice
isdn bchan-number-order ascending
no cdp enable
translation-profile incoming PSTNIN
translation-profile outgoing PSTNOUT
dial-peer voice 1 voip
session target ipv4:10.32.64.2
dial-peer voice 11 pots
can any one tell me what should be the regions for focus or where i am doing mistakes ????
not an expert by any means but id probably take these steps
1. disregard the translation rules and put a connection plar on yur voice port to an ip phone. call in and see if the ip phone rings. if it does, then it might be the translation (doubt this is the issue for you though).
2. if it does NOT check the CSS and partitions.
check the partition priority and ensure that it is searchable. im almost 99% sure its something with your CSS and partitions since you said it worked with no partition and the "error prompt" your getting means that it reaches the CCM but it can find where the DN is meaning something is restrciting it.
if your sure sure that everything is fine, reboot the system and check. Ive noticed on our 5.X system if we add or change partitions we normally have to reboot for things to work properly.
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