Hi ,the problem i am experiencing is that i have a Siemens PBX that is connected to a Cisco 3845 router via a E1 trunk ,on the 3845 router i have a WAN link to another router and behind that other router i have another Siemens PBX ,that is connected to the LAN. On my local 3845 router i have a VOIP dial peer sending all calls to the ip address of the remote Siemens PBX ,but for some reason the calls never reach the remote PBX ,any ideas of what i can check ,or will this scenario even work ?
Well i just want to find out if the Cisco side of things are working ,i know that the voice reaches my local router as i can see that from the debugs ,what i don`t know is whether the voice is actually reaching the remote PBX as i can`t run any voice debugs on the remote router.
Hi Kelvin ,i have verified that the dial string matches the correct voip dialpeer on my local router ,by running a debug voice dialpeer. Problem is the router on the remote side does not have any voice capabilities ,so i am unable to run voice debugs on it to see whether the traffic is actually reaching that router.
Here is a shortened version of the local router config :
controller E1 0/1/0
pri-group timeslots 1-31
description TO PABX - SBC --- this is for the trunk to the local PBX ----
dial-peer voice 20 voip
session target ipv4:10.242.5.15
ip qos dscp cs5 media --- This dialpeer points to the IP address of the remote PBX ---
Let me know if you would like to see the remote router config ,although there is basically just a route pointing back to the ,local network
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