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Analog 4 Card's falling asleep in 3.0

Analog 4 Card's falling asleep in 3.0

Analog 4 Card's falling asleep in 3.0

Is anybody experiencing analog 4 internal cards falling asleep in 3.0?

I have a 403 with two analog 4 cards.

this morning I attempted making some calls, and the monitor was stating no channels available. After a reboot of the 403, everything is working ok now.

Anybody else have this yet on a 3.0?

RE: Analog 4 Card's falling asleep in 3.0

I've had similar issues but ever since 2.1.  If CLID is active, can't use the lines for outbound, plus CLID is sporadic.

If I disable CLID, trunks work fine.

Anyone else have an issue like this?

Kris G.

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