When I make a call from PBX-A to PBX-B, the 827-4V gives me a dial tone, instead of ringing the PBX-B. In this dial tone, if I dial anything, then I can hear the ring, and site B answers the phone call.
And when the PBX-B calls PBX-A, the call dials and rings OK on the site A.
The same happens when we change the 827-4V by a MC3810.
Without seeing the config, my first guess is that on the pots dial-peer in the 827/mc3810 the digits are being stripped. The default behavior for pots dial-peers is to strip any explicitly matched digits.
if the 827 receives 4321 and your destination-pattern is 432. then we will strip the 432 and forward only the 1 to the PBX.
To eliminate this behavior, you can configure the following under the pots dial-peer:
- "no digit-strip" if available in your IOS
- "prefix xxxx" where xxxx matches the explicitly matched digits (432 in the case above).
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