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3 channels seizing for one call in qsig

3 channels seizing for one call in qsig

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Hi Everyone

i have a Qsig line connected from Aastra MXone bc13 to cisco Cube router 2911, as i found when i call to external number through cisco cube from Mxone( mxone>qsig>cisco cube>call manager>external number it showing 2 channels are seizing for the signaling and when call receive then 3 channels are seized.
but incoming from same way external > call manager>cisco cube>qsig>mxone is ok , one channel is occupying.

here the qsig trunk config :
<ROCAP:ROU=71;
ROUTE CATEGORY DATA
ROU SEL TRM SERV NODG DIST DISL TRAF SIG BCAP
71 0110000001000010 3 2110030000 0 30 128 03151515 110100000031 001100

<ROdAP:ROU=71;
ROUTE DATA
ROU TYPE VARC VARI VARO FILTER
71 SL60 H'00001310 H'00000000 H'06300000 NO

can anyone help please

RE: 3 channels seizing for one call in qsig

This is a typical Cisco fault. Contact your router guys to fix it

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