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Analog phone would not work on a Cisco/SPA112 ATA

Analog phone would not work on a Cisco/SPA112 ATA

Analog phone would not work on a Cisco/SPA112 ATA

(OP)
Hi

System MCD - V8.sp3
MBG - SIP, Teleworkers

Has anyone setup an analog phone with a Cisco/SPA112 as a teleworker please.
I can get the phone registered and working remotely but, when i try to dial out i hear 3 beeps and the call is put on hold automatically.
Internal calls work fine.
It has to be something to do with SIP Trunks (Gammma).

Thanks


RE: Analog phone would not work on a Cisco/SPA112 ATA

If the SPA is local onsite can it dial out?
- If no then check the dial plan in the programming of the SPA (in its own web interface).
- If yes then check the COS for Hot Desk External User - Allow Mid-Call Features and set it to no, and retry.

RE: Analog phone would not work on a Cisco/SPA112 ATA

(OP)
@AlphaMann

This is on a UCaaS.
Dial plan is correctly setup. If i connect this to another site which has ISDN trunks, it works fine.
Changed the COS but it`s the same unfortunately.

RE: Analog phone would not work on a Cisco/SPA112 ATA

How are the SIP trunks connected? ie Using MBG/Collab and if so is it on the same mbg the SPA is connecting to?

RE: Analog phone would not work on a Cisco/SPA112 ATA

(OP)
Manage to resolved this.
It was due to misconfiguration of SIP Peer SDP options.

Thanks for the responses

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