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CME VOIP cannot call phones on another router 2911

Posted on 2014-04-21
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I have a simple set up for cme -
1.  need phones communicating between multiple sites
2. no external phone numbers all on our internal WAN  
3.  using vrf
4.  phones are receiving proper IP addresses from the VOIP VLAN, registering, and have a dial-tone.  
5.  using h323 I believe, no phones on PSTN, just staying within internal WAN
6.  can ping all over the place, incl phones

UPDATE 22 APRIL 2014

Am in a bind.  Configuring multi intra sites using 2911 Router.  
Have VRF and VLANs  on the router also.  Can call other phones on their own router,
but cannot call phones on other routers.  But can ping phones, vlans, loopbacks, anywhere.
 Pertinent config below....which IP is the dial-peer suppose to be looking at?  When I call
to another router I receive a busy signal and unknown number message on phone.
What IP is the dial-peer suppose to be connecting to?  loopback, voip vlan, or the interface connecting?
RTR1.txt
RTR2.txt
updated-voip-rtr1-config.txt
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by:hayesie_r
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Also did a sh dial-peer and there is a pots entry, have attached.  Is there suppose to be a pots entry?

The pots entry is for the phone that is on that particular router.
dial-peer.txt
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HELP!!
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Tried adding vrf group 1 to the ephones

#>ephone 1
#>group phone 1

did not work. :-(
so took it back off.

Just edited my dial-peer on two of the routers adding the statement

dtmf-relay h245-alpha

And now I get a slow busy signal.  BTW I can phone within a site, but not out.
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Changed the dial-peer session target ipv4: IP address to the vrf 1 interface on each router for each dial-peer and it worked.

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by:hayesie_r
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Resolved it myself after 2 grueling days of reading everything I could on the Internet and posting various places looking for an answer.  Thanks.
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