I have implemented SRST on a 2811 router. When in SRST mode people can make outbound call but can not recieve calls. I have done an debug voice ccapi inout but I do not see any number coming in from telco just blanks where you would normally see an extention. When the call comes in I hear it ring once and then get dial tome. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
What kind of ports are the calls coming in on? Digits will only be seen inbound on FXS/DID, CAS T1, or PRI T1.
In SRST mode the calls are handled with H323, so you need a POTS peer defined that either does a connection PLAR (ringdown), links the call to a TCL script for AA, or configures DID so the router will collect digits.
A ring once and dial tone is the symptom if the default peer is being matched.
Where does the Call Manager send the incoming calls when operating normally with MGCP?
At most of our sites with FXO ports we run the old SRST 2.1 TCL script which forwards the calls to a call center pilot number if reachable, or invokes an AutoAttendant when the WAN is down. The other solution is to configure the ports to use H323 normally, with connection PLAR to forward the calls to the local receptionist. This works the same regardless of SRST status.
Configure connection PLAR for each FXO port. XXXX will be the phone you want to ring. All ports can go to the same phone, or to different phones.
connection plar opx XXXX
Add VOIP peer(s) to route all XXXX calls to Call Manager when WAN link is up. You also need a H323 gateway configured in the Call Manager. You may already have this to route outbound calls using a 9.@ route pattern.
dial-peer voice 100 voip
session target ipv4:10.X.X.X Call Manager IP address.
In SRST mode the phones will register with the router. Incoming calls will route directly to the XXXX phones. They will dial out with a 9 plus number matching the existing peers.
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