CME 3.0

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Tosh, Feb 20, 2004.

  1. Tosh

    Tosh Guest

    I'm working at a Call Manager Express 3.0 installation.
    All is working fine.
    Now I'm trying to get rid of the "connection plar xxx" that binds the pstn
    voice port (a single ISDN) to the directory number who has to pick up the
    calls.
    I've tried everything, "dialplan-pattern", "translation-profile" and so on
    but nothing, as soon as I remove the "connection plar" to the voice port
    the pstn calls stops to reach any directory number.
    I've seen that using the various tecniques I'm able to modify the
    "TranslatedCalledNumber" of the pots dial peer to match an internal dial
    peer created by the "ephone-dn" command, but that dial peer doesn't get the
    call (I see this with the command "Show call active voice").
    Any hint?
    The router is a 1760-V, the ios is a 12.3(4T) ipplusadslvoxipsec3des.
    Thanks,
    Tosh.
     
    Tosh, Feb 20, 2004
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  2. Tosh

    Tosh Guest

    I'm answering by myself, misteriously I issued the did command to the wrong
    dial peer.
    Bye,
    Tosh.
    "Tosh" <> ha scritto nel messaggio
    news:c15fej$1dbnrm$-berlin.de...
    > I'm working at a Call Manager Express 3.0 installation.
    > All is working fine.
    > Now I'm trying to get rid of the "connection plar xxx" that binds the pstn
    > voice port (a single ISDN) to the directory number who has to pick up the
    > calls.
    > I've tried everything, "dialplan-pattern", "translation-profile" and so on
    > but nothing, as soon as I remove the "connection plar" to the voice port
    > the pstn calls stops to reach any directory number.
    > I've seen that using the various tecniques I'm able to modify the
    > "TranslatedCalledNumber" of the pots dial peer to match an internal dial
    > peer created by the "ephone-dn" command, but that dial peer doesn't get

    the
    > call (I see this with the command "Show call active voice").
    > Any hint?
    > The router is a 1760-V, the ios is a 12.3(4T) ipplusadslvoxipsec3des.
    > Thanks,
    > Tosh.
    >
    >
     
    Tosh, Feb 21, 2004
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