Kiran, iIf you have already contact your telco to help you troubleshoot, I would suggest that you open a case with Cisco so that an engineer can look through your config to be sure everything is set up correctly.
If you are receiving the traffic thru IP then the only possibility u have is to terminate thru E1. You cannot terminate this thru IP unless u do a hairpin configuration. The other way to do this is to use a GK for which a 2600 series router would be enough.
Only with AS5400 IP - IP is not possible (without hairpin)
All the possible solutions would be
1. IP - PSTN
2. PSTN - IP
3. PSTN - PSTN
Hairpinning works in the following fashion
IP -> PSTN -> PSTN -> IP
Using this configuration you can send the IP traffic out.
Kiran is absolutely right. as of now, these 3 solutions are the only ones cisco GWs have to offer.
My company (www.nextone.com) does have a solution for this IP-to-IP hair-pinning, including call signal routing, media routing, call signal protocol translation (SIP to H323 and vice versa), and evn CDRs. send me an email if you need more details. who knows, our product might solve your problem.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.