What is - no requested circuit. (44) ?

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I am new to the forum.

BTW, my cisco AS5350 appear this message on the log and most of the calls drop hv failed. Once i restart the AS5350 for the 1st time, the problem still exist. After 2nd time reboot, the problem solve and all the channels are fully utilize. I m very doubtful. What i find from the web,

'The remote equipment cannot provide the requested channel for an unknown reason. This might be a temporary problem.'

I don't get any ideas from the above statement. Anyone mind to let me know the detail meaning of - no requested circuit. (44) ?

Thanks.

I have this problem too.
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Paolo Bevilacqua Sat, 02/10/2007 - 09:47

You need to check and monitor ISDN, and which circumstances a channel is not available.

Thanks for your reply. Anyway, reason of the system is busy and rush, which cause the cisco AS5350 auto-reboot.

After AS5350 auto-reboot, maximum channels can be used approximate 13-15 from 60 channels available. Error show,

System returned to ROM by unknown reload cause - reason ptr 0xBFC257F8, PC 0x604C8108, address 0x0

When i choose to reboot by myself, then all the channels back to normal and fully utilized.

Is that possible, AS5350 too busy & rush, which will cause this problem arise ? It's just personal thinking. Hope to get advise from yours.

Paolo Bevilacqua Sun, 02/11/2007 - 04:10

Woo,

The 5350 is crashing, that should never happen, no matter how much busy it is.

You need to upgrade to the latest maintenance of your choosen IOS release. eg, if you use 12.4, install 12.4(12).

Hopefully this will solve both crash and the channel allocation issue.

Log file shows below,

*Feb 11 22:54:15.995: %CALL_CONTROL-6-MAX_CONNECTIONS: Maximum number of connections reached for dial-peer 999

*Feb 11 22:54:20.195: %ISDN-4-ISDN_UNEXPECTED_EVENT: Unsupported IE: Occurred at ../isdn/isdnif_support.c:1135

*Feb 11 22:54:21.191: %CALL_CONTROL-6-MAX_CONNECTIONS: Maximum number of connections reached for dial-peer 999

*Feb 11 22:54:21.767: %SYS-2-MALLOCFAIL: Memory allocation of 36000 bytes failed from 0x604D3B8C, alignment 0

Pool: Processor Free: 886032 Cause: Memory fragmentation

Alternate Pool: None Free: 0 Cause: No Alternate pool

-Process= "TCP Protocols", ipl= 0, pid= 77

-Traceback= 604A26BC 604A3348 604D3B94 604B72CC 604BEAE4 605CBADC 605CBC64

*Feb 11 22:54:21.767: %SYS-2-CFORKMEM: Process creation of TCP Command failed (no memory).

-Process= "TCP Protocols", ipl= 0, pid= 77

-Traceback= 604B7350 604BEAE4 605CBADC 605CBC64

*Feb 11 22:54:21.767: %TCP-3-FORKFAIL: Failed to start a process to negotiate options.

-Traceback= 605CBAF4 605CBC64

*Feb 11 22:54:38.511: %ISDN-4-ISDN_UNEXPECTED_EVENT: Unsupported IE: Occurred at ../isdn/isdnif_support.c:1135

*Feb 11 22:54:49.367: %ISDN-4-ISDN_UNEXPECTED_EVENT: Unsupported IE: Occurred at ../isdn/isdnif_support.c:1135

*Feb 11 22:54:55.311: %SYS-2-MALLOCFAIL: Memory allocation of 3348 bytes failed from 0x600D2678, alignment 0

Pool: Processor Free: 838068 Cause: Memory fragmentation

Alternate Pool: None Free: 0 Cause: No Alternate pool

-Process= "ISDN", ipl= 0, pid= 120

-Traceback= 604A26BC 604A4C5C 600D2680 601312D4 60113F20 601151B0 6013FD8C 600A272C

*Feb 11 22:55:00.303: %CALL_CONTROL-6-MAX_CONNECTIONS: Maximum number of connections reached for dial-peer 1011

*Feb 11 22:55:00.303: %CALL_CONTROL-6-MAX_CONNECTIONS: Maximum number of connections reached for dial-peer 1011

*Feb 11 22:55:00.307: %CALL_CONTROL-6-MAX_CONNECTIONS: Maximum number of connections reached for dial-peer 1011

*Feb 11 22:55:00.307: %CALL_CONTROL-6-MAX_CONNECTIONS: Maximum number of connections reached for dial-peer 1011

*Feb 11 22:55:00.311: %CALL_CONTROL-6-MAX_CONNECTIONS: Maximum number of connections reached for dial-peer 1011

*Feb 11 22:55:00.539: -Traceback= 601122F4 60047804 600480B8 600551F8 60048210 6004FFE8 600577B8 60048ED4 600A19B4

*Feb 11 22:55:00.539: %ISDN-3-ISDN_FATAL: ISDN FATAL ERROR: file CCPRI, function CCPRI_GetOutInfo, message: Unable to get a package info buffer: 0

*Feb 11 22:55:00.539: %SYS-6-STACKLOW: Stack for process ISDN running low, 0/12000^M

^M

%Software-forced reload

From Resource:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios124/124sup/124sms/124smsv1/sm_13h.htm

Error Message???

%ISDN-3-ISDN_FATAL : ISDN FATAL ERROR: file [chars], function [chars], message: [chars]

Explanation??? ISDN has detected a fatal system error.

Recommended Action??? Copy the error message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, contact your Cisco technical support representative, and provide the representative with the gathered information.

Did the cisco resource match my case ?

Paolo Bevilacqua Sun, 02/11/2007 - 10:44

Which ISO are you running ?

You ran into ISDN dta structure trashing that lead to crashing.

As I said the best course of action is to upgrade to latest maintenance even before start looking for a specifig bug.

I would also check the memory usage and allocation and get more memory too

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