I am currently in the process of designing a setup that has me a little stumped.
Company A: - My current employer
Company B: - Another company to reside in our bldg
My company will be leasing a desk to another company within one of our buildings. This company (Company B) will require a phone that will reside on our Cisco Call Manager (4 digit dialing), but will require dedicated analog line for all outbound calls to show Caller ID as Company B.
I currently have an SRST router at this site with a 2 port FXO module in place where if 911 is dialed, it automatically goes out the SRST Router at that facility.
I plan on purchasing another 2 port FXO module for all calls from Company B to dial out of this SRST Router.
I am a little stumped on Call Manager Configurations as well as SRST router configuration.
I have configured the following on the Call Manager:
CompanyB_PT - Partition
CompanyB_CSS - Calling Search Space (Selected Partitions: CompanyB_PT)
CompanyB_RG - Route Group (I have the SRST router at CompanyA as selected device)
CompanyB_RL - Route List (CompanyB_RG as selected route group)
6.1[2-9]XX[2-9]XXXXXX - Route Pattern LD (Partition: CompanyB_PT & Associated Dece: CompanyB_RL) - dial 6 for outside line
6.[2-9]XXXXXX - Route Pattern Local (Partition: CompanyB_PT & Associated Device: CompanyB_RL) - dial 6 for outside line
I have a phone setup on the voice lan at that facility and member of CompanyB_CSS. I'm just wanting to see any "outside line" routed to the SRST router. but I get the attendant "your call cannot be completed" message. I am not very diversed on the voice side. Any help is appreciated.
I am honestly not sure on MGCP or H323 as I didn’t setup the SRST router and it is solely for 911 purposes right now. Is there a quick CLI command that can output the MGCP or H323 configuration as I do not see either in the config.
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