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Simple VOIP help - Cisco 3620 outbound

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Anonymous
December 21, 2004 8:46:51 PM

Archived from groups: comp.dcom.voice-over-ip (More info?)

Hello all,


I currently have a Cisco 3620 with a VWIC 2T1 card going into my PBX.
My inbound is fine, and prior to switching providers, my outbound was
ok as well.

In trying to switch over to a new provider, my outbound is not working.
The only change i have made is to session target with the new ip. The
gateways are talking, but my calls are not going through. Basically,
it'll try for about 15 seconds then get rejected. I have a log of the
problem if that'll help.

If anybody can give me some help, let me know.


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Mikael
http://forums.speedguide.net
Anonymous
December 23, 2004 4:05:27 PM

Archived from groups: comp.dcom.voice-over-ip (More info?)

Mikael wrote:
> Hello all,
>
>
> I currently have a Cisco 3620 with a VWIC 2T1 card going into my PBX.
> My inbound is fine, and prior to switching providers, my outbound was
> ok as well.
>
> In trying to switch over to a new provider, my outbound is not working.
> The only change i have made is to session target with the new ip. The
> gateways are talking, but my calls are not going through. Basically,
> it'll try for about 15 seconds then get rejected. I have a log of the
> problem if that'll help.
>
> If anybody can give me some help, let me know.
>
>

When you say inbound do you mean from switching provider
into your VoIP cloud? If so then I don't see how changing the
session target would help. Take one of the off net called
phone numbers, log into your 3620 and issue the command
show dialplan number <called phone number>. Is a dial peer
matched? Is it a dial peer that points to the right output
port?
!