I have a remote site that has a T1 connection to the corporate. I have a ISDN backup link as well. The problem is that i do not want the calls to go through the PRI backup link if the primary T1 goes down. I want the phones to go into SRST mode and register with the router?
The problem is that when the T1 goes down, the router still has connection to the callmanager as a result of which it does not fallback to the SRST mode. how can i check?
Any advice to over come this problem would be highly appreciated.
mgcp bind command helps in configuring the source address of mgcp packets that is used by the router to communicate/register with callmanager. If you have a remote site over wan that is an mgcp gateway, by default it should use the outgoing interface (serial) ip address to register with CCM. I have had situations where none of the addresses in the wan network is routable, because of which the ethernet interface of the remote site router needs to be used as the ip address used for registering to callmanager. For this purpose you can use the mgcp bind command to bind a different ip address.
I will surely rate this post. last question, is there any command in mgcp that will do the same thing(bring router in MGCP fallback mode) if the WAN goes down, i would like to stay away from the access-lists.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.