I have several offices that are configured with either a 261x + a VG200 or a 3640 + a VG200. I have set up SRST on a single 3640 and got the phones to register to it. Internal calls and transfers work fine. However, I cannot seem to get inbound (from the PSTN) calls or outbound (to the PSTN) calls to work. I have placed a couple of dial peers on the router (see below) to point to the VG200. When I dial "9" as a prefix number, I do not get a second dial tone, however I can dial the outgoing number (ex. 9XXX-XXXX). Upon dialing the final digit, I get a fast busy, and the phone display reads "Busy/Unavailable". Debugs show that the call is being seen correctly from the VG200 and the 3640. Do I have to configure anything on the VG200 to get it to "talk back" to the router? Or, better yet, can I configure SRST directly onto the VG200? Any help is appreciated.
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