I am trying to connect my CME v9.1 (2921) with a SIP Trunk to my ISP.
Right now my connection is like this SCCP Phone --> CME --> FXO --> PSTN, the PSTN is connected using FXO ports, with 8 independent lines, but this lines are connected to 6 DLink Voip Telephone Adapters (DVG-5121SP), which connects to the ISP through a Ethernet RJ45 cable each. (everything works fine).
I would like to remove these VoIP Telephone Adapters, and i am trying to configure the SIP Trunk but it doesn't work.
First of all, I think i don't need CUBE (i don't have the licenses), i hope i am correct.
Second, i am configuring sip-ua, only with one user and password for one line, i am configuring this:
credentials username xxxxx password xxxxx
retry invite 2
retry register 10
retry options 0
timers connect 100
registrar dns:172.23.7.134 expires 3600
dial-peer voice 105 voip description Local Calls destination-pattern 0[2-7].......
voice translation-profile entrantes translate called 3
dial-peer voice 106 voip translation-profile incoming entrantes session protocol sipv2 incoming called-number 23823867 codec g711ulaw dtmf-relay rtp-nte no vad
but this doesn't work, i can't dial calls, nor receive them.
how could i test that everything is correct from my side?.
i issued the command debug ccsip messages, and obtain the log i am attaching..
i did this test with a SIP phone (i couldn't make it with a sccp phone, maybe that was the problem), with IP 172.16.164.90, which was registered to my CME (IP: 172.16.161.2), the dn number is 4105, i tried to call 045118106 (using dialpeer 105).
To: <sip:firstname.lastname@example.org:5060>Contact: <sip:email@example.com:3077> To: <sip:firstname.lastname@example.org:5060>
hope somebody could help me with this or give me ideas of what i am doing wrong.
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