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Disable Media Anomaly Detection in ASBCE 8.0

Disable Media Anomaly Detection in ASBCE 8.0

Disable Media Anomaly Detection in ASBCE 8.0

Hi experts! How can I disable the "Media Anomaly Detection" in ASBCE? I can't find the option in release 8.0. I have a lot of issues by this cause, and this is probably the cause by why some desconection on sip trunks between IPO and SBC.
Incident Type: Media Inactivity Detected from Both Parties
Category: Media Anomaly Detection
Cause: Call Audit Cleanup

RE: Disable Media Anomaly Detection in ASBCE 8.0

By the looks of tht message you should be investigating why your circuit keeps loosing connection
Fix the cause ater than masking the symptoms

Do things on the cheap & it will cost you dear

RE: Disable Media Anomaly Detection in ASBCE 8.0

Hi @IPGuru!

Thanks for your answer.
I found the answer fixing a problem of connection between A2 interface and my IPO, after that I didn't see the Warning Message again.

Thank you!

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