When I want to configure a dial-peer a message stating " Could not add peer" displays. Could you please let me know why is this message and how can I work aroung? The router is a 3640.
Please consider the following two Dial-peers. For a call coming in from PSTN, which Dial-peer is going to be used? Accroding to me the Dial-peer voice 1001 will be used because the call is coming from PSTN therefore it going to use the PRI. Am I right?
How many dial-peers do you have on your router already ? I have seen this happen on a 2600 in my lab (12.3) and it would not let me add more than 20-25 dial-peers. I upgraded the memory, and IOS and that seem to have fixed the problem. Remember, that if you have CME or SRST configured on this router, then that adds more dial-peers for each dialplan pattern and ephone-dn that is registered to CME/SRST.
Since you dont have a incoming called-number and answer-address configured, it will use the ANI and check against dial-peer 1001 (or any other dial-peer that makes a longest match) and match that leg as inbound call leg. Read this link for more details.
I would recommend adding the command "incoming called-number ." under dial-peer 1001, so that the dial-peer gets matched as the inbound call leg, for calls coming inbound from PSTN. If 4 digit DID is being delivered (say 7577) then that will be send via H323 protocol to 172.16.165.10 using dial-peer 7000.
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