I am using the following to make calls
1. Cisco 2620 Router.
[X.25 software, Version 3.0.0.
1 FastEthernet/IEEE 802.3 interface(s)
1 Serial network interface(s)
4 Voice FXO interface(s
32K bytes of non-volatile
16384K bytes of processor board
System flash (Read/Write)
2. Cisco IP Phone 7940.
3. Cisco Call Manager 4.1.2
4. Currently i have only one pstn line
Cisco 2620 is successfully registered with CCM please see attached.
So what should i do to make a call from the 7940 ip phone which is registered to the CCM.
I have followed the instruction http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/products_tech_note09186a008017825e.shtml#task14x but unable to make a call.
Please note: PSTN line is going into cisco router directly from the wall socket.
1. All that looks fine. The config. of 103 (extn) on the Attendant DN is the right way to receive calls on the 7940. With this setting are you able to receive calls from PSTN ?
2. The settings in the attached pics are only for receiving calls. You need route-pattersn to send call from 7940 out to PSTN. For this you will need to define route patterns, and point the route pattern to the defined gateway.
Add a route-pattern such as 9.@ (matched NANP) and route it via the gateway (drop down box should list all available gateways).
Firstly thank you for the reply
Question 1: I am not able to receive calls. I am getting engage tone.
Question 2: I forget to sent the route pattern i have created route pattern after configuring the gateway.
Question 3: yes i did that please see the attached
Is the DN 103 in a partition?
If so then you need to assign the GW a Calling Search Space that contains the partition that 103 is in.
Are you only having problems with inbound calls now or do outbound calls still not work?
Ques:Is the DN 103 in a partition?
Ans: I didnt understand the partition
Ques:Are you only having problems with inbound calls now or do outbound calls still not work?
Ans: Unable to call and receive.
103 is the directory number of 7940 ip phone which is registered with ccm
You are using the route pattern of 9.@ for your outbound calls. With your current config you are sending the 9 plus the digits you dial to the PSTN. This is probably why the outbound calls are failing. In the Route Pattern configuration change the "Discard Digits" from "None" to "PreDot". This will discard the 9 before presenting the called number to the PSTN.
For the inbound calls we need to check if the DN 103 is in a Partition. To do this go to CCMAdmin > Device > Phones. Search for the phone with the DN 103. Open that phone's configuration page. Then click on the Line that is configured for 103.
Is there a Partition selected or is it set to "None"?
More information regarding Partitions and Calling Search Spaces:
Firstly thank you for your reply
If someone is ringing I can received call, after answering the phone i cannot hear anything and the caller also cannot hear anything.Just bell is ringing unable to anser the call.
I am unable to make outside calls. I followed above instructions still same. When i dial my land number 93187508 its not ringing from IP phone.
Is the IP Phone on a different subnet from the GW?
One way or no way audio issues are normally due to IP routing issues. In this case it seems that the IP Phone and the GW are not able to route the RTP packets to each other.
When you are placing the outbound call what do you hear on the IP Phone?
IP Phone subnet is 255.255.255.0.
How do i checked GW subnet?
when i dial i hear nothing.
If i dial 9 then next single digt mumber i am getting dial tone. After getting dial tone i dial the number notthing happening.
255.255.255.0 is the subnet mask not the subnet. Are you able to ping the phone from the GW?
After you dial 9 and the outside number wait for 15 to 20 seconds to see if the call starts ringing or if you hear fast or slow busy. Let me know the results.
Yes i am able to ping the IP phone from the GW
Type escape sequence to abort.
Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 192.168.0.35, timeout is 2 seconds:
Success rate is 80 percent (4/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 1/2/4 ms
I dialled 9 and waited for 15 to 20 minutes. I am getting this message "Your call cannot be completed as you dialled please consult your directory or call again later."
lexiainfo, I am having a very similar issue. Let's see if what is happening to my system is similar to your own, and maybe if I can offer some more clues to the experts.
I created a very specific route pattern. My route pattern was my cellphone number. This ruled out the route pattern as a source of the problem.
When I dial my cellphone either from an IP phone or from an analog phone on an FXS port, my cellphone rings, but I do not hear the ringback tone on the IP phone. Just comfort noise.
If I answer my cellphone, I do not hear any sound on either the cell or the IP phone.
My callmanager is on the same switch as my IP phones, and of course my analog phone is on the same gateway router. It is a 2600.
If you guys want anything, please feel free to ask and I can provide. I too have followed the document:
to configure my MGCP gateway and call manager. I am using 4.1
Thanks for any help guys.
Can u post the config of ur Mgcp Gateway ,In case you are getting any audio or one way audio ,you can use the Mgcp bind command with the interface talking to callmanager ,please reffer to the following technote for more info,let me know if this helps.
I fixed my initial problem with "mgcp sdp simple". I have other issues now, but will go through them in my own way.
I must compain about the lack of sample configurations just for basic connectivity not just in IP phones but in all Cisco.
I know I sound like an old person, but the Cisco site used to be great for initial configuration guides. Now it has all this obscure stuff that only one Cisco customer will use and other engineers will curse because they're in the way of basic information.
Thanks for reply here is the config
Current configuration : 1103 bytes
service timestamps debug uptime
service timestamps log uptime
no service password-encryption
enable secret 5 $1$MK/I$/uiE0sBZcFOzr17.vajae0
enable password voip
no ip routing
mgcp call-agent 192.168.0.111
mgcp dtmf-relay codec all mode out-of-band
ip address 192.168.0.55 255.255.255.0
no ip route-cache
no ip mroute-cache
no mop enabled
no ip address
no ip route-cache
no ip mroute-cache
ip http server
snmp-server community public RO
snmp-server enable traps tty
dial-peer cor custom
dial-peer voice 1 pots
dial-peer voice 2 pots
dial-peer voice 3 pots
dial-peer voice 4 pots
line con 0
line aux 0
line vty 0 4
The recommended MGCP configuration with CallManager is to let the CallManager provide the gateway configuration from it's TFTP server. To do this add the following two commands:
ccm-manager config server 192.168.0.111
This is assuming that your TFTP server is 192.168.0.111.
More info regarding this can be found here:
You will also need to remove the 4 MGCP dial peers you configured. CallManager will do this automatically. After you have done this Reset the gateway from CCMAdmin. After a short period of time you should then see the 4 dial peers CCM creates. If you don't see them try the following to see if they show up:
Once this is working then you can try your test calls. If they don't work provide us with "debug mgcp packet". Provide the call flow info such as inbound, outbound, what ou experienced, etc.
I am having the same exact problems with the same setup.
The ccm-manager config server statements I don't believe run on 12.2 IOS, this is what is run on the 2620 router I am using as a gateway...
Any other suggestions? Does anyone have a working MGCP config with FXO ports they could post?
With my config, when the external number receives a call it will ring through to the DN of the attendant. But, I receive no audio on either side. About 20-30 seconds later the call disconnects. After this, anytime you call the external number you receive a fast busy until you shudtown/reload the voice interfaces...
Thanks in advance for any help!