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H.323 trunk

H.323 trunk

H.323 trunk

We have two sites. One is CM old release 4 and other system is also CM release 8.0. Both system have have H.323 trunk. I followed the NTPs and made H.323 trunk in both systems but i am not able to dial from one system to other and vice versa, Trunks are in service at both system. Below is the trace of a station dialing other CM
01:33:11 G711MU ss:off ps:20
rgn:1 []:2836
rgn:1 []:2050
01:33:11 dial 3803 route:UDP|AAR
01:33:11 term trunk-group 1 cid 0x16e
01:33:11 dial 3803 route:UDP|AAR
01:33:11 route-pattern 1 preference 1 location 1/ALL cid 0x16e
01:33:11 seize trunk-group 1 member 2 cid 0x16e
01:33:11 Calling Number & Name 6000 Avaya Test
01:33:11 Setup digits 3803
01:33:11 Calling Number & Name NO-CPNumber Avaya Test
01:33:11 Calling party not in public table
01:33:11 denial event 1190: No circ/chan avail D1=0xa023 D2=0x122

does somebody have working H.323 trunk configuration between two CM.

RE: H.323 trunk

Problem resolves. It was signaling configuration issue at OLD CM, By setting below option to "1" it started working. Previously it was set to zero.

trunk group for channel selection=1

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