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Can PRI cabling cause Dead Air - Resolved

Can PRI cabling cause Dead Air - Resolved

Can PRI cabling cause Dead Air - Resolved

With reference to an older thread # thread575-1382826: Can PRI cabling cause Dead Air?

While looking on internet for exactly the same issue i was facing in  my home lab, I stumbled on to the above old thread and does not appear to have got the answer. In fact I was suspecting the issue as the cabling issue ( reluctantly) as i was 100% confident on my configuration.
cable issue at the end. It was the configuration issue on my cisco ios gateway where i did not have the command network-clock-participate slot 1. Once this command is given on the ios gateway, the two-way audio started working.

Hence if you have similar issue where you see the call connects with out any problems BUT find dead air / no two audio on the call, then make sure to check the violations or errors on the controllers. if you see any, then it is most likely the clocking issue and hence check every configuration lines you need to get the clocking correct and ultimately have 0 errors/ violations.

Hope this helps.


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