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FXO Port on router - No Incoming/Outgoing calls

Posted on 2011-03-24
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We have a 2911 Cisco Router Configured with 8x FXO Ports from our local PSTN (Smart Jacks). Since yesterday we are no longer receiving or can make calls. We had our Service Provider come on-site and test their PSTN lines minus our Cisco Call Manager. Test passed. they where able to make calls.
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by:vikrantambhore
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Can you please post sh tele all



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That command does not exist on our Router. Now I just discovered on our call Manager FXO Gateway endpoints that they are not registering to our Call Manager. What's funny is I can ping Call Manager from Router.
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by:soweto
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I figured out issue
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by:soweto
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After I discovered that the FXO MGCP Ports where not registering to our Call Manager, I looked closely at FXO Ports on Router and naming sequence had been changed and did not match. Correcting this fixed my problem.
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