I am trying to set up a gateway to connect to the PSTN via an FXO port on a 1760 router. So far dialling in and out works fine however when either party disconnects, the other end does not hang up. I understand that FXO's do not transport the signalling so you have to configure the voice-port to detect the disconnect signal. However reading this url http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/788/signalling/fxo_disconnect.html and trying to play with the parameters hasn't fixed this issue. Has anyone got a sample config for such a setup for calls to the UK PSTN.
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