- H323 Endpoint - Asterisk (v1.2-beta1)
- Avaya Prologix CM v2.0
- 4 free IP_API_A licenses
- Extension configured as H323
We have successfully managed to establish an H323 trunk between the Avaya and Asterisk with two way calls over G711. For other applications we are looking to connect Asterisk station side as a client to the Avaya Gatekeeper.
Whenever I attempt to connect Asterisk via Woomera or ooh323 stacks (also tried the OpenH323 softphone to elminate Asterisk as the core issue) we get a message back stating ‘resourceUnavailable’. So the endpoints are communicating and getting a message back from the Avaya. If we change the extension we are trying to connect to, to an analog station then we get ‘invalidTerminalType’, so indeed it appears to be something to do with either a license or invalid configuration for the station configured as H323 (we also tried 4610 and 4624).
The only place on the Avaya support portal I found a reference to ‘resourceUnavailable’ with an H323 connection was the CMAPI server (we have one connected that works fine with extensions configured as 4624) which stated this happened when you had run out of type A licenses (we have 4 that are free).
Any insight on how to get this configured and working on the Avaya would be greatly appreciated. I believe it is a license issue, where you may need different licenses for H323 Avaya hardware/software phones, CMAPI and ‘pure’ H323 3rd-party hardware/software phones. Any ideas?