Simply setup an ICT (nonGK controlled) trunk in callmanager and setup route patterns to route from CM to CME.
On the CME use a h323 dial-peer to route calls back to Callmanager. You may use g729 as the codec to save bandwidth. But if you have CUE in the CME router, and if you use g729 for calls between callmanager and CME, you need to transcode the calls before sending it to CUE. (Callforward from a CME phone to voicemail).
On your inbound trunk, can you make sure that there is a CSS that has access to the partition of the extensions that you wish to dial. Also, please make sure that you verify the "significant number of digits" is correct on the inbound trunk.
If this doesn't work, please please enable the following debugs on the CME so that I can review it. These debugs are verbose, so please log to buffer:
logging buffer 999999 debug
service timestamps d d msec
term no mon
debug voice ccapi inout
debug h225 asn2
debug h245 asn1
debug voip dialpeer
Then perform "clear log" and make the call. Afterwards, perform "show log" to capture the contents of the buffer. This may provide insight into why the call is failing.
What was the fix for this problem? I am having the same issues calling from a CME 4.0 site to a CCM 4.1 site. If I call from one CME4.0 to another CME4.0 site everything is o.k. Calls from the CCM4.1 work every time to the CME4.0 sites. But calling from CME to CCM does not work, just fast busy.
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