So just got used to getting PRI's going in Call Manager now I got one location where there are 5 pots lines. I have pretty much followed the same config. Under Gateway I setup the lines as "loop start". Here are few things that are confusing me:
1- When I click on the Pots line port in the call manager I see the IP address from the serial interface of the router but it should be the loop back IP of the router.
2- After I finished this Cisco CM added some lines in the router config, is that all needed pretty much:
1- When I click on the Pots line port in the call manager I see the IP address from the serial interface of the router but it should be the loop back IP of the router. I checked my bind statements and the both read:
mgcp bind control source-interface Loopback0
mgcp bind media source-interface Loopback0
But for some reason pots lines are showing the IP of the serial interface.
2- After I finished this Cisco CM added some lines in the router config, is that all needed pretty much?
Weird not sure if it was related to some BGP issue with one of the other data VLAN's that I was workign on, but that got fixed and I deleted all the ports and recreated them and they showed up with the loop back IP. Well they still showed the Serial Interface IP but it showed up as "Rejected". So I saved it and went back into it and the loopback IP showed up there.
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