I have connected a callmanager to CCME system. I am having problems.
When users connected to the callmanager dial people connected to the CCME, they do not hear ringback and also when the ccme users do not pick up the call gets disconnected with unity (CUE) answering the call. Everything works fine with people connected to ccme call users connected to callmanager.
Any ideas? here are the dialpeer config from ccme.
Try setting 'Send H225 User Info Message' CCM service parameter to 'H225 Info for Call Progress Tone'
Send H225 User Info Message :
This parameter specifies which message Cisco CallManager sends for the ringback tone or tone on hold. Valid values follow:
Use ANN for Ring Back: Use Cisco SCCP Annunciator to play ringback tone (available in Cisco CallManager release 4.0 and later)
User Info for Call Progress Tone: Send H.225 user information message to IOS gateway to play ringback tone or tone on hold (This is the default.)
H225 Info for Call Progress Tone: Send H.225 information message to IOS gateway to play ringback tone or tone on hold
Cisco CallManager Version 3.1 does not support the H.225 Information message, so choose 'User Info for Call Progress Tone' if you are using intercluster trunks and any of the clusters is running Cisco CallManager Version 3.1 or earlier. However, if all of the clusters are running Cisco CallManager 3.2(2a) or a later release, you can choose 'H225 Info for Call Progress Tone.'
This is a required field.
Default: User Info for Call Progress Tone.
With regards to CUE, it looks like codec mismatch to me. CUE only supports g711. Is there any chance your call is g.729?
You are right, we are doing G.729 over the WAN. But i have transcoding enabled on the ccme router, is there a way i can configure CUE to use DSPs from the ccme when someone from callmanager is diverted to voicemail.
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