Hi, I have CM 3.0.9 and eServices 2.1(1a) on the same server. I'm using a 3660 router as a h323 gateway for the PSTN connection (IP PLUS 12.1.5T9). I call from the PSTN, the IVR/AA answers and I dial the IP Phone number. The IP Phone rings but I don't get ringback. Is it an IOS or IVR/AA issue? Has it been solved in any other version? I already added the "progress_ind" commands on my dial-peers but the result was the same.
From my understanding, this is a limitation on the part of the H.323 standard. Once the call is setup between the router and the IVR it is in a connected state. There is no provision in the current H.323 standard to play "ringback" while in this state. I am not sure if Cisco is currently working on a fix for this (IOS fix) or if the answer will be to use MGCP when 3.1 is released.
Actually folks, this is fixed on both sides. On Cisco CallManager 3.0(9) and later, you should be able to go to Service Parameters for Cisco CallManager and see a parameter called ToSendH225UserInfoMsg so make sure it is set to True on all CallManagers in the cluster.
If you then load 12.2(3) on the router, you will get ringback on the transfer... we have tested this in a few different scenarios.
The first T image that should have this fix will be 12.2(7)T which probably won't be around until probably the October timeframe.
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