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H323 redundancy between routers

I have 2 2800 series routers with E1 circuits on both, i can place calls on both gateways without any issues. If i pull the E1 circuit on one router, but still have IP connectivity to it from the callmanager, the route list route group will not forward outing calls to the second gateway. I'm wondering if this level of redundancy is going to work with H323. By the way if i loose ip conectivity with the first gateway the route list route group does force the outbond calls to the next H323 gateway and all works fine. Any help would be good.

dave white

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Re: H323 redundancy between routers

not sure if you get a user busy event,

you could try to set the service parameter:

Stop Routing on User Busy Flag -> False

htt

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Re: H323 redundancy between routers

Hi, why don't you use MGCP instead H.323? it's the best way to have redundancy.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk1077/technologies_configuration_example09186a00801ad22f.shtml

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