Dialer profiles not behaving - Help? (config included)
Have posted entire config previously but did not manage to get this resolved so I will focus on one dialer for the time being...
Quick description of the solution:
Remote router (BRI) should dial the main HQ router (PRI) and it should initiate a callback. At the moment we cannot even get to the callback as some of the numbers do not seem to be 'picked up' by the opposite router.
Here is a summary of the problem:
When the PRI calls the BRI when I issue "show caller xxx":
the PRI side can see the remote number but cannot see the local number
the BRI side can see the remote number and the local number
When the PRI is called by the BRI :
the PRI side cannot see the remote number but it can see the local number
the BRI side can see the remote number but not the local number.
Any ideas would be deeply appreciated,
PS. only included the 2 dialers as the rest follow the same patterns...
Re: Dialer profiles not behaving - Help? (config included)
The config is for CallerID callback over isdn line. So when bri router call the PRI router (HQ), the isdn SETUP message should include "CallerID" information as "16201234567891" to get the call called back by PRI router because of command "dialer caller 16201234567891 callback".
So issue "debug isdn q931" on PRI/HQ router and see that it receives the callerID when the call comes in or not. If the callerID is not delivered, you need to talk to telco (Pri Provider) to enable the CallerID for the isdn calls.
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