I have a Cisco 2911 voice gateway with x2 two port BRI cards. I have two ISDN 2 circuits as per attached diagram.
I have x5 phones that need to use x1 ISDN circuit and another x5 phones that require to use the other ISDN circuit. I do not require to fail over from one Isdn to the other. We do not use MGCP, so this gateway is a H323 gateway.
How do I direct outgoing calls from specific phones to use each ISDN/BRI card accordingly? Is this achievable without using MGCP?
What configuration is required to utilise all 4 channels?
do a bit more research on this forum mate, this question has been asked, and answered dozens of times before on this forum.
Do you have a previous thread you can send me on this topic as I have researched this and cannot find the answer you mentioned?
What would be the solution to this problem ie. COR, Trunk-groups or Digit Manipulation
I found the attached pdf that helps me direct calls to different bri ports by tagging digits at the front of the dialled number, but the issue I have now is I am unable to dial 999.
I don't want to use MGCP which I know would solve this issue. Any suggestions
Hi dawsonpettifer1 & all,
I have the same issue.
This is the config I added, by tagging digits in the front of dialled number, but still doesn't work.
Do you know what's wrong?
dial−peer voice 1 voip
translation−profile incoming Phone3
voice translation−profile Phone3
translate called 1
voice translation−rule 1
rule 1 /^0/ /19/
dial-peer voice 13 pots
description ## Telstra ISDN outbound - National / Mobile - From Line 103 to 0/0/1##