Re: Configure VOIP GW to use G723 code on terminating end
You will need to ensure that when the incoming call arrives at your AS5300, that it matches an incoming dial-peer that has the G723r63 codec specified. If the incoming call matches the default codec, then the call will fail.
If you have multiple calls arriving at the gateway using a variety of codecs, then you will have to configure a voice class that contains a list of codecs that you will accept, and then apply the voice class to the incoming dial-peer.
The following links will help give you an understanding of Dial-peer matching in the router.
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