I have a pabx on each site, each Pabx connects to a router via a E1, The routers should then send the calls accross the WAN to each other.
Currently the connection between the Pabx and the routers is working, as the users can get a dial tone from the routers. when they try to dail any digits the call is dropped (the dial peers are in place. I can't see the DSP's being used. Looks like as soon as the call is sent from the Pabx to the router it is drop and nothing happens. this problem is identical at both ends. Can some please look over the config and see if i am missing anything.
Pbx guy says the trunk is configured for Qsig, So i have configured the router for qsig also! the old voip router was also configured for qsig and it worked, so i think that is ok. i will try the "GW-accounting" and see what happens.
the pbx has also said that they have configured the trunk to use timeslots 1-8.
I have configured the router to use timeslots 1-24 Will that make a difference?
Number of channels- yes, You probably see that you are using bottom up- channels 24, 23,22 etc and so these do not existing in the TDM.For a quick test check the order in the CUCM of the channels- if it is botttom up i.e channel 24 change it to top down. If this works change the number of channesl to match the TDM
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