When I first checked the ports they had a VPM_State of FXOLS_REMOTE_RELEASE. I couldn't get any calls to traverse those ports. I did a shut/no shut on those ports and now I have a VPM_State of FXOLS_ONHOOK, but it shows a Codec of g711ulaw and a VTSP_State of S_Connect, although there should be a call on that port. Weird, huh?
Next I check show call active voice brief and it shows a call leg that has a duration of over 3 days on that port. Why do I still have a call on that port if I do a shut/no shut? I can get the port to answer an incomming call, but it doesn't work. Right now I have that port busyout forced.
Anyone have any idea on how to clear the call short of rebooting the router? I'm going to end up doing that tonight anyway, but I want to get this working for the rest of the day. It's actually happening on 3 ports spread across 2 cards. So their 6 phone lines are down to 3 phone lines right now.
I tried to 'clear call voice causecode 32 id 132A' but the call leg still remains. Here is some of the output:
wwfhc-taylor-2821#sh voice call sum
PORT CODEC VAD VTSP STATE VPM STATE
============== ========= === ==================== ======================
0/1/0 g711ulaw n S_CONNECT FXOLS_BUSYOUT
132A : 119 42454960ms.1 +100 pid:0 Answer 7347575257 active
dur 3d00h tx:3066/514929 rx:2820/451200
Tele 0/1/0 (119) [0/1/0] tx:261781670/261781670/0ms g711ulaw noise:-65 acom:6 i/0:-68/-67 dBm