We have a cisco voice gateway in place and I am trying to test outbound calling on it. I have added it into callmanager as a gateway, and set up a route group, and route list. I have also added this gateway and one IP phone into their own device pool. How can I force all calls made on that phone to use that gateway? The problem seems to be that call manager is not forcing that phone to use the correct route list.
Ok. I got rid of the RG/RL and set up an RP with the phone number I am trying to dial. Also in the RP I set the Gateway/Route List to the gateway I am trying to test. After these changes I used the phone analyzer under the CUCMS to look and see what was going on. It is still hitting the wrong route list.
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