We are missing some information about your router but I will try to make some educated guesses.
If some or all of your gateway's voice-ports are FXO ports and connected to regular phones lines from your local phone company, you need to configure them to ring at a particular directory number on your CallManager system. The best way to do this is with the 'connection plar XXXX' command under the FXO voice-port configuration, where XXXX is the number of one of your IP phones. The number needs to be routable via one of your configured dial-peers. Right now they are configured to match all four-digit numbers starting with 1, so it needs to start with 1 (or your dial-peers need to be fixed, or added to). When this is done, if you call the outside phone number of one of those phone lines, the gateway will try to forward the call to your CallManager's IP address as specified in the dial peer.
The H.323 gateway needs to be configured on the CallManager side with a proper CSS (Calling Search Space) that can see the partition you've placed your phone's directory numbers in. If your phone DNs are in the Null partition (none at all), this is not strictly necessary.
In order to dial out via your FXO lines, you'll need a route pattern on CallManager, such as 9.@. This needs to be pointed directly at your H.323 gateway, or optionally, at a route list which contains a route group of which your H.323 gateway is a member. Then, your gateway will need extra dial-peers that look something like this:
dial-peer voice 200 pots
dial-peer voice 201 pots
I note you have your two voip dial-peers set up in a manner usually used for two-CallManager failover scenarios, but you are using the same IP address on both. If you have two CallManagers, you should change the IP address on one of the dial peers, preferably having (a/the) subscriber CallManager first with preference 1.
If you do not have FXO lines connected to your telephone company, we will need some more information on exactly what you're trying to accomplish with this gateway. You should also collect the output of 'show ver' and 'show diag' in a file and attach that to your reply.
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