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Debug FXS DID Analog Trunks

Debug FXS DID Analog Trunks

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Hello,

Anyone have the commands to debug incoming calls that are a analog FXS DID Trunk? I know how to do this on a PRI but I'm not sure which debug to turn on for analog trunks. Thanks

RE: Debug FXS DID Analog Trunks

Debugging is the same. Just depends on your protocol. There is nothing special for FXS/FXO ports.

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RE: Debug FXS DID Analog Trunks

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I ended up using the "debug vpm signal" and that gave me some info. I see the call come in on the voice router but the phones with that DID are not ringing. Other DID's at this site work fine. If I call the same number that is not working over PSTN and call is over the network it works fine.

I'm thinking it's the LEC but not sure at this point. Thanks

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