I followed the steps in the URL that you have sent to me and when I decreased the bandwidth between the two locations the IP Phone in Site A shows the text Network Congestion Rerouting on the phone when it dials an IP Phone in Site B but it return fast busy.
I think this means that the AAR doesnt find the alternative way to setup the call. How the AAR route the call through the GW, Is there any configuration I should add to the GWs or any Route patterns or dial-peers?
It sounds like your test of AAR was successful. If you see "Network Congestion Rerouting", then AAR is working. The fast busy does indicate that the alternate route is not accessible. Is the gateway registered with CallManager? Can you call across your simulated PSTN if AAR is out of the picture? MGCP is easier to configure and will work very well for your test.
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