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3845 Voice Gateway - Busyout PRI's for testing

3845 Voice Gateway - Busyout PRI's for testing

3845 Voice Gateway - Busyout PRI's for testing

(OP)
Looking for the gateway router command that will busyout each one of my PRI's one by one so I can test my inbound DID routing. I want to be sure it will force calls to the other PRI's. Currently I only see DID calls coming in the first PRI. Configuration is 2 Cisco 3845's each having 2 PRI's. Verizon tells me the routing is configured properly on the carrier side and I would like to test this by forcing calls to the others.

I recall a command that would busyout channels gracefully, but I cannot get it to work on these gateways.

Cisco 3845 w/ 12.4(20)T1

Thx

RE: 3845 Voice Gateway - Busyout PRI's for testing

My memory is a little hazy but i think it would be:

conf t
controller t1 0/1/0 (or whatever slot it is in)
shut

Certifications:
A+
Network+
CCENT
CCNA Voice
TVOICE
CAPPS

RE: 3845 Voice Gateway - Busyout PRI's for testing

(OP)
Yes - That would shut the controller down. But it would also cut everyone off. I am looking for a graceful way of doing it. I believe the command was something like: "Config-t", then "interface Serial0/3:23", then "isdn service b_channel 0-23 state 2 soft"

RE: 3845 Voice Gateway - Busyout PRI's for testing

isdn service b_channel X state 2 will busy out the specified b channel.

Certifications:
A+
Network+
CCENT
CCNA Voice
TVOICE
CAPPS

RE: 3845 Voice Gateway - Busyout PRI's for testing

(OP)
I have that but can not get it to work. Not sure if my ios is not allowing the command or I am doing something wrong. I just found something playing around, but need to confirm this is what I want.

Config T
then
Control T1 0/03/01
then
ds0 busyout X <list of timeslots which need to busyout> soft

Hmmm...maybe this will be the answer....

soft will busyout when no active call exists

RE: 3845 Voice Gateway - Busyout PRI's for testing

I thought the ds0 command was for E1's but i could be mistaken.

Certifications:
A+
Network+
CCENT
CCNA Voice
TVOICE
CAPPS

RE: 3845 Voice Gateway - Busyout PRI's for testing

(OP)
I am going to try it on one channel to make sure, but it is a valid command I was allowed to enter. Time to execute and try. Thanks for your help!

RE: 3845 Voice Gateway - Busyout PRI's for testing

These commands may also work (this specific example is for a MGCP controlled gateway):

Turn Down
 
Router(config)#voice-port 0/1/0:23
Router(config-voiceport)#shut
Router(config-voiceport)#interface serial 0/1/0:23
Router(config-int)#shut
Router(config-int)#no isdn bind-l3 ccm-manager
Router(config-int)#controller t1 0/1/0
Router(config-controller)#no pri-group timeslots 1-24 service mgcp
Router(config-controller)#shut
 
Turn Up
 
Router(config)#controller t1 0/1/0
Router(config-controller)#no shut
Router(config-controller)#pri-group timeslots 1-24 service mgcp
Router(config-controller)#interface ser 0/1/0:23
Router(config-int)#no shut
Router(config-int)#isdn bind-l3 ccm-manager
Router(config-int)#voice-port 0/1/0:23
Router(config-voiceport)#no shut
Router(config-voiceport)#echo-cancel coverage 64

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