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How to Assign FXO port to IP Phone extension

Posted on 2010-08-15
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I all,
i would like to have a tamplate how to assign an FXO port to an IP phone button, so a cisco IP phone can receive/make calls from my PSTN provider and able to forward to any IP other IP phone in the LAN.
I'm using CME 4.3 with 7911G phones SCCP firmware

your help will be appreciated
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Question by:ppango
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by:jwpaco
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On the voice gateway you need to plar the line to the extension in Call Manager. Identify the line one the gateway's FXO card and add this to the voice port - "connection plar extension" where extension is the extension you want to receive the inbound calls.
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by:khdour
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voice-port 0/1/0 -> WHERE THE FXO PORT IS CONNECTED
 connection plar 123 -> THE EPHONE-DN OF THE IP PHONE
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FXO Port Configuration

voice-port 1/0/0                        
connection plar opx 2000
caller-id enable

Dial-peer configuration for outgoing calls

dial-peer voice 1 pots
destination-pattrn 9T
port 1/0/0
 
CME Confguration:
 
 
ephone-dn 5  dual-line
number 2000
name  My-User1
 
ephone 1
mac-address aaaa.bbbb.cccc                                                             ->->-> where aaaa.bbbb.cccc is your ip phone's mac address
button 1:5                   ->->  first digit 1 specify the first button on the phone.second digit 5 attach the number 2000 to ur ip phone
type  7911
 
telephony-service
ip source-address x.x.x.x    where x.x.x.x is your cme ip address
max-ephone 10
max-dn 10
 
 
 
 

  HTH
Tom


 
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by:ppango
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Thanks for everybody all the comments where helpfull but the one from Tom was very clear.
thanks once again
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by:ppango
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thanks Tom, your explanation was very clear, no doubts

cheers
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