Anybody that can help me with the following issue would be great:
I have two systems in my network. One is FreePBX and the other is a third party system PBX.
I successfully have the two talking to each other but I ran into an issue and hopefully someone can point me in the right direction.
In the other PBX, I have a TRUNK set up with an extension registered to FreePBX.
On my FreePBX I have created a trunk and a route to call the other PBX. Here is the issue.
When I dial into an IVR on the other system from a FreePBX extension, this IVR is set up to ask the user to dial an extension which is local to that PBX. The problem is that when I enter the extension to dial, the system actually tries to dial that extension on FreePBX and not on the local system. So for example if I tell it to dial extension 600 it refers back to FreePBX to call that extension and it rings extension 600 on my FreePBX instead of sending the call to a local extension.
Here is what the logs show on FreePBX:
== Spawn extension (from-internal-xfer, 600, 1) exited non-zero on ‘DAHDI/8-1’ in macro ‘dialout-trunk’
== Spawn extension (from-internal-xfer, 600, 1) exited non-zero on ‘DAHDI/8-1’
What I want the other system to do is to dial extension 600 locally and not call that extension at FreePBX.
I am not sure where to make changes.
ANY POINTER FROM ANYBODY WOULD BE GREAT.
Sorry If this sounds like a newbee question.