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Expensive Route Warning Tone

Expensive Route Warning Tone

Expensive Route Warning Tone

(OP)
What am I doing wrong here? I can't get warning tone to work on my system.

According to what I've read, When a call passes all the eligibility tests on an entry within the RLI the system will check to see whether ERWT will be given before the call is allowed to complete. ERWT provides the call originator with the option of hanging up and trying the call again, staying on the line and waiting for the call to complete, or pressing Ring Again and queueing for an inexpensive facility. The user will be given between 2 and 6 seconds to decide which action to take.

Provisioning from what I've read:
There are four eligibility tests for ERWT and call must pass all four of them.
ERWT must be enabled in the ESN Block LD 86 - Done
ERWT must be enabled for the call originator's NCOS in NCTL LD 87 - Done
The entry over which the call can complete must be marked Expensive in the RLI LD 86 - Done
The entry must not be in the ISET, it must be in the ESET. - ?? not sure if this part is set correctly.

Here is what I have:
Route 6 is a traditional T1 not PRI
Route 47 is Sip trunk back to another CS1K
If I busy out or disable the trunks on route 6 the calls follow the RLI 88 and over flow to route 47 and work fine, call completes as long as I leave ISET as 4 or ISET as 3 but if I set ISET as 2 the call gets blocked. What am I doing wrong here?
Don't entries 2 and 3 become the ESET when ISET is set as 2?

My NCOS on my phone is 7 and default CLS, NCTL for 7 has warning tone allowed
REQ prt
CUST 0
FEAT rlb
RLI 88

RLI 88
ELC NO
ENTR 0
LTER NO
ROUT 6
TOD 0 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON
4 ON 5 ON 6 ON 7 ON
VNS NO
CNV NO
EXP NO
FRL 5
DMI 0
CTBL 0
FCI 88
FSNI 0
DORG NO
SBOC RRA
COPT 2
IDBB DBI
IOHQ NO
OHQ NO
CBQ YES

ENTR 1
LTER NO
ROUT 6
TOD 0 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON
4 ON 5 ON 6 ON 7 ON
VNS NO
CNV NO
EXP NO
FRL 6
DMI 0
CTBL 0
FCI 0
FSNI 0
DORG NO
SBOC RRA
COPT 2
IDBB DBI
IOHQ NO
OHQ NO
CBQ YES

ENTR 2
LTER NO
ROUT 47
TOD 0 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON
4 ON 5 ON 6 ON 7 ON
VNS NO
SCNV NO
CNV NO
EXP YES
FRL 5
DMI 15
CTBL 0
ISDM 0
FCI 88
FSNI 0
DORG NO
SBOC NRR
PROU 1
IDBB DBI
IOHQ NO
OHQ NO
CBQ YES

ENTR 3
LTER NO
ROUT 47
TOD 0 ON 1 ON 2 ON 3 ON
4 ON 5 ON 6 ON 7 ON
VNS NO
SCNV NO
CNV NO
EXP YES
FRL 6
DMI 15
CTBL 0
ISDM 0
FCI 0
FSNI 0
DORG NO
SBOC NRR
PROU 1
IDBB DBI
IOHQ NO
OHQ NO
CBQ YES

ISET 2
NALT 5
MFRL 5
OVLL 0


REQ prt
CUST 0
FEAT nctl
NRNG 0 7

SOHQ NO
SCBQ YES
CBTL 20

NCOS 7

EQA NO
FRL 7
RWTA YES
NSC YES
LIST ALL
OHQ NO
CBQ YES
RETT 0
RETC 0
ROUT I
RADT 0
SPRI 0
MPRI 0
PROM 0

TOHQ NONE

>ld 86
ESN000

MEM AVAIL: (U/P): 45323278 USED U P: 6528902 912489 TOT: 52764669
DISK SPACE NEEDED: 1088 KBYTES
REQ prt
CUST 0
FEAT esn

MXLC 0
MXSD 512
MXIX 10
MXDM 1000
MXRL 1000
MXCM 0
MXFC 115
MXFS 10
MXSC 10000
NCDP 6
AC1 9
AC2
DLTN YES
ERWT YES
ERDT 6
TODS 0 00 00 23 59
RTCL DIS




TYPE 1230
TGAR 1
LDN NO
NCOS 7

CLS CUN FBD WTA LPR MTD FND HTD TDD HFA CRPD
MWD LMPN RMMD AAD IMD XHD IRD NID OLD VCE DRG1
POD SLKD CCSD SWD LND CNDD

KEY 00 SCR 123456 0 MARP

RE: Expensive Route Warning Tone

I found this very old record below

Patch 10105 fixes a problem where: ALTERNATIVE ROUTING TO EURO-ISDN FAILS IF EXP=YES (IN RLB)
PROBLEM DESCRIPTION:
====================
A CALL REROUTED TO EURO BECAUSE OF THE ALERNATIVE ROUTING FEATURE FAILS WHEN
EWRT (Expensive route warning tone) IS CONFIGURED.

HARDWARE AND DATA SETUP:
========================
NODE A IS RUNNING 22.16
NODE B IS RUNNING 22.16
NODE A AND B ARE CONNECTED WITH MCDN(Q931).
NODE A IS CONNECTED TO THE CO WITH EURO ISDN.
A IS A SET OF NODE A DN=4020
B IS A SET OF NODE B DN=8122
ROUTE 4 IS THE EURO RDB ON NODE A.
ROUTE 17 IS THE MCDN RDB ON NODE A.

ALTERNATIVE ROUTING ON NODE A
============================
RLI 17
ENTR 0
ROUT 17<--- MCDN ROUTE
....
ENTR 1
LTER NO
ROUT 4<---- EURO ISDN ROUTE
...
EXP YES <--- EXPENSIVE WARNING TONE
....
ERWT CONFIGURATION :
===================
NCOS 0
..
RWTA YES
NSC NO
....

SET A CONFIGURATION
==================
SET A HAS CFW ALL CALL ACTIVATED TO SET B

TN 004 0 02 00
TYPE 2616
CDEN 8D
CUST 0
......
CLS UNR CFXA
NCOS 0
KEY 00 SCR 4020 0 MARP
03 CFW 16 8122<-----
.....

NODE A DIALS A SET OF NODE B USING CDP.
CUST 0
FEAT cdp
TYPE dsc
DSC 81
FLEN 4
DSP LSC
RLI 17
......

ACTIONS:
========
DISABLE THE DCH OF THE MCDN LOOP ON NODE A .
MAKE AN INCOMING EUOISDN CALL TO SET A .

EXPECTED RESULTS:
=================
THE CALL SHOULD BE ROUTED TO EUROISDN ROUTE AND REACH SET B.

NOTE :
====
ONE POSSIBLE SOLUTION AND THE EASIEST ONE
IS TO BYPASS THE PROMPT 'EXP' IN CASE OF INCOMING
EURO CALL.

ACTUAL RESULTS:
===============
THE CALL FAILS.

DCH MONITOR :
============
DCH 50 UIPE_IMSG CC_SETUP_IND REF 00000700
CH 0 TOD 10:28:04
CALLING #:164767676 NUM PLAN: UNKNOWN
CALLED #:4020 NUM PLAN: UNKNOWN

DCH 50 UIPE_OMSG CC_MORE_INFO_REQ REF 00008700 CH 50 1
TOD 10:28:04

DCH 50 UIPE_IMSG CC_RELEASE_IND REF 00000700 CH 50 1
TOD 10:28:12
CAUSE #31 - NORMAL UNSPECIFIED
DCH 50 UIPE_OMSG CC_RELEASE_RESP REF 00008700 CH 50 1
TOD 10:28:12
DCH 50 UIPE_OMSG CC_DISC_REQ REF 00000013 CH 50 30
TOD 10:28:12

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