How to route call from the PSTN to H.323 zone controlled by a gatekeeper
Is there a way to route calls from the PSTN to a H.323 zone controlled by a gatekeeper. I tried many things like Partition, route pattern, list ...
I also added a H.323 client with an appropriate extension and joined a user in the directory with the device and the same extension. I thought that the CCM would translate the digit to h-323ID and send it to the gatekeeper but it doesn't works.
I have the following configuration:
One gatekeeper (anonymous device)
One route pattern 5.@ joined with the anonymous device
One H.323 client with extension 255
One user joined with the client with phone number 255
When I call from the PSTN I dialed 5255 and its make nothing. Also, the CCM is placing its ARQ before I dial anything, what a strange behavior. It send an ARQ with "700" dialed digits. However, I can place call from H.323 client to PSTN.
Re: How to route call from the PSTN to H.323 zone controlled by
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