E1 – Cisco – Asterisk And Vice Verso

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Change my Dynastar E1 gateway to Cisco with E1 module, but can’t make easiest dialplan. All my routing i made on asterisk, so i need that cisco all calls from E1 send via sip to Asterisk and all calls came from Asterisk by sip send to E1. From E1 to Asterisk already work, but can’t understand how send all from Asterisk SIP to E1 ?

Can you help ?

Thank you

4 thoughts on - E1 – Cisco – Asterisk And Vice Verso

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    I think, though I am not for sure, that he is asking how to route a call from Asterisk to the Cisco device that is acting as the gateway (i.e. the E1 is connected to the Cisco and will only be speaking SIP to Asterisk).

    We had a similar setup before we replaced the Cisco with Digium Gateways. Basically we just set up a peer in asterisk with the IP address of the Cisco and routed external calls to it. The Cisco then actually placed the calls to the PSTN. Pretty painless, though sometimes a bit confusing to remember that if there were issues, you might have to check dialing rules in both Asterisk and in the Cisco.

  • Yep, I concur, that’s what he’s asking for. The syntax for Cisco dial-peers isn’t a whole lot of fun, but not horrible either and once you know to call it a dial-peer, the documentation is easy to google.

  • On 2014-11-12 16:02:53 +0000, Dmitriy Sirant said:

    Problem was in new ios version (c3825-adventerprisek9-mz.151-4.M7.bin)
    where by default closed all incoming sip session, and i must enable it by:

    voice service voip ip address trusted list