We have a CUCM 8.6 environment, with a couple different cube gateways with various SIP trunks.
For normal operations we have a partition that points to a route list/group that lists our gateways in the correct order.
However for testing I would like to be able to force a call out our secondary gateway. What's the best way to set that up?
I could create a route pattern for a specific external DID, and point that to a different route group?
Or could I put a single device (test phone) in a different partition so all calls from that phone go out via a different route group?
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That process worked perfectly, thank you.
I was able to individually test all my CUBE routers with SIP trunks.
However I was unable to test my outbound PRIs.
When I place the PRI gw first in my route list, it doesn't use it...the call goes through the SIP routers.
Any ideas? Any debug commands I could use on my PRI gw to see if that's why it was failing?
Provide "debug isdn q931" and "debug voice dialpeer" from the PRI GW?
What protocol are you using to control it from CUCM?
No output from the debug commands, so I think it isn't even trying that gateway, despite it being first in the RL.
Protocol is MGCP
I also ran a Dialed Number Analyzer, and confirmed it should be using the PRI GW.
Yep thanks that's the problem, the GW is not registering...
MGCP Domain Name: PRIGW01
Priority Status Host
Primary Backup Ready 10.10.22.5
First Backup Registering with CM 10.20.22.5
Current active Call Manager: None
Backhaul/Redundant link port: 2428
Failover Interval: 30 seconds
Keepalive Interval: 15 seconds
Last keepalive sent: 15:48:41 EST Jun 24 2013 (elapsed time: 7w0d)
Last MGCP traffic time: 14:34:58 EST Dec 5 2013 (elapsed time: 00:00:18)
Last failover time: 14:34:58 EST Dec 5 2013 from (10.60.227.7)
Last switchback time: 14:34:28 EST Dec 5 2013 from (10.50.227.7)
Switchback mode: Graceful
MGCP Fallback mode: Not Selected
Last MGCP Fallback start time: None
Last MGCP Fallback end time: None
MGCP Download Tones: Disabled
TFTP retry count to shut Ports: 2
Backhaul Link info:
Link Protocol: TCP
Remote Port Number: 2428
Remote IP Address: 10.10.22.5
Current Link State: OPEN
Packets recvd: 0
Recv failures: 0
Packets xmitted: 0
Xmit failures: 0
PRI Ports being backhauled:
Slot 0, VIC 1, port 0
Slot 0, VIC 0, port 0
FAX mode: cisco
Configuration Error History: