When I create ACLs to block traffic from the phone to the CM and from CM and the MGCP gateway, both the Phone registers to the SRST gateway and MGCP falls back.
I can make outbound calls fine. When I try an inbound call, I receive dialtone after making the call.
Unfortunately I do not have the debugs to show you but the 'show ccm-manager fallback' showed that it was Enabled/ON.
Any ideas why I am receiving dialtone after making an incoming call? Im sure some of that config is not needed but dont' know if its necessarily the problem, for example: the 'access-code pri' command...not needed but is it causing a problem?
The incoming calls are probably coming in on dial-peers 100 and 101. You can verify if this is the case by running 'debug voip ccapi inout' during the test. If that is indeed the case, then you could add the 'direct-inward-dial' command under those two dial-peers to fix the issue. And if you do, you could simplify the configuration by getting rid of dial-peers 200 and 201.
I bet that's it. I don't know why I didn't think about adding the 'direct-inward-dial' to those first 2 incoming dial-peers. I guess I was thinking those wouldn't be used since they have the 'service mgcpapp' and MGCP has failed over to H323. I will try that. In the meantime, if anyone has anymore ideas or agrees with this, I would appreciate hearing it. :)
I pretty much have 2 ACLs. I have applied one on the phone port denying traffic between the phone and the two CMs. Then I have another ACL next to the CMS denying traffic between the CM and the MGCP gateway which causes the MGCP gateway to failover to H323.
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