I have a very simple setup and i am sure somebody must have come across a similar scenario. I have 1750-2V with an FXO card on one side and a 1750-2V with an FXS card on the remote side. I am using only one port on each card. The FXO port is connected to a PBX extention and the FXS port has a telephone connected. The two routers are connected via a PPP leased line.
From the local side, when I call the extention connected to the FXO port,I get connected to the port but when I try to call the remote extention (200) the PBX interfers and it trys to interpret the "200" so the call couldn't go through. I overcame this by using the command "connection plar 200" on the port. This works perfectly.
My problem is that I cannot call the local side extentions from the remote telephone. The call cames to the local side but then rings busy all the time.
I would like to call any local side extention from the remote phone. I tried using "connection plar 300" so that when I lift the remote phone, it makes a connection to the local side but when i try calling a local side extention, it alwsys rings busy even when it is not busy. WHAT COULD BE WRONG ?
how do you know for sure that the local 1750 is really getting all the digits forwarded to it? Maybe the remote 1750 is not even getting all the digits from the PBX. I will trun on login on both routers to see if they are getting the full digits but are not routing them to the proper location. a busy tone could mean a lot of things, the most common one being a routing issue. Give us feedback.
Thanks a lot sdrennan, a trunk connection works perfectly. At first it did not work at all and I was frustrated. I just decided to ask the remote user to change the phone and use a phone that has tone dialing and to my suprise it worked. All along I have been testing with a wrong type of phone.
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