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ELIF - what exactly happens when you INI

ELIF - what exactly happens when you INI

ELIF - what exactly happens when you INI

(OP)
CS1000E at 7.6
3 wall cabinets
2 signalling servers
911 center using digital sets
Mix of IP sets and digital for other staff

Determined that I should do an INI as my CDR port is not sending out data to my buffer box.

What happens when an INI takes place? Do active calls disconnect?
Thanks.

RE: ELIF - what exactly happens when you INI

In case of MGS Type yes
If you use CPP Signaling Server and CPP Callserver active calls not interrupting during INIT

RE: ELIF - what exactly happens when you INI

I think I would troubleshoot the serial port further if you haven't. Put a laptop on the serial cable and see if you are getting raw CDR. An INI is basically a warm boot and activate calls can be dropped if using any type of IP Controller.

RE: ELIF - what exactly happens when you INI

(OP)
I did try to put a laptop on the serial cable but no data was being sent.
Thanks for replying.

RE: ELIF - what exactly happens when you INI

Did you try disabling and then enabling the tty port

RE: ELIF - what exactly happens when you INI

(OP)
Ya, did that too.

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