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Concurrent Call Paths

Concurrent Call Paths

Concurrent Call Paths

(OP)
We have a BCM50. I need to change the number of concurrent call paths from 23 to 6. How do I make this change? Thank you

RE: Concurrent Call Paths

Paths for what? can you give some FULL details as to what you are trying to do?

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RE: Concurrent Call Paths

Do you have a fractioned PRI? 6 of 23?

Marv ccna

RE: Concurrent Call Paths


We call it "channels" and "Provisioning" is what you need under Resources/Module

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RE: Concurrent Call Paths

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We are changing the number of calls we can receive from 23 to 6. I see under Telephony Resources that it is set to 23. How do I change it to 6? Business Element Manager will not let me change it. The number of channels needs to be changed because when dialing out the BCM50 takes the last channel (23), which will no longer exist.

RE: Concurrent Call Paths

That is indeed called a fractional PRI


Are you un checking and it will not let you? greyed out?[ what?

You also need to go to Administration > Telephony Metrics > Trunk Module Metrics and disable as needed.

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RE: Concurrent Call Paths

(OP)
It is greyed out. I followed your instructions and Disabled a Channel. Should it change under Configuration - Resources - Telephony Resources?

RE: Concurrent Call Paths

(OP)
Only the first 6 lines are checked. However, when we tested our new circuit outbound calls were going out on line 23.

RE: Concurrent Call Paths

(OP)
After disabling the channels is there a way to tell that the call is going out on line 6 and not line 23?

RE: Concurrent Call Paths

Simpler way is to place a call, put it on hold and then pick it back up, the display will tell you the line your on.

RE: Concurrent Call Paths

Mike this is a PRI not POTs lines.

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RE: Concurrent Call Paths

Feature 811? Call info.

RE: Concurrent Call Paths

(OP)
Feature 811 shows the line not the channel. Good thought though.

RE: Concurrent Call Paths

exsmogger has already answered above using Monitor.

You have not updated if you managed to disable and reduce the channels.

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RE: Concurrent Call Paths

(OP)
I figured out how to determine the channel a call is going out on.

In the BCM Monitor go to the UIP tab.
On the left side where it says UIP Modules Toggle the button to PRI.
Make a call. Make sure the person you are calling answers.
In the left window the call will show up.
Click on + next to the item that says CALL_PROCEEDING_CC
There is an entry that say Channel Identification - B-channel #

Thank you everybody for all your help.

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