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X25 simultaneous call limit on Cisco router

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Nov 29th, 2005
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Hi all,


I have two cisco router with X.25 configured. When i start 10 X.25 outgoing call, the serial receive my 10 X.25 call :

-> 5 X.25 call are in P2 X.25 states which means these first 5 X.25 calls are transmitting.

-> 5 X.25 call are in D1 X.25 states which means these 5 X.25 calls are in hold queue and use flow-control.


SVC 11, State: P2, Interface: Serial1/1

SVC 12, State: P2, Interface: Serial1/1

SVC 13, State: P2, Interface: Serial1/1

SVC 14, State: P2, Interface: Serial1/1

SVC 15, State: P2, Interface: Serial1/1

SVC 16, State: D1, Interface: Serial1/1

SVC 17, State: D1, Interface: Serial1/1

SVC 18, State: D1, Interface: Serial1/1

SVC 19, State: D1, Interface: Serial1/1

SVC 20, State: D1, Interface: Serial1/1


How to modify this parameter to allows 10 or more simultaneous X.25 calls?

Correct Answer by Anonymous (not verified) about 11 years 8 months ago

you can use the "x25 hic/lic or hoc/loc" commands to set the number of virtual circuit ranges. check out the following link for the command references :


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps1824/products_command_reference_chapter09186a0080087bb4.html#xtocid1212629


check the following link for X.25 Virtual Circuit States :


http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/133/x25_states.html

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Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 12/05/2005 - 09:54
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you can use the "x25 hic/lic or hoc/loc" commands to set the number of virtual circuit ranges. check out the following link for the command references :


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps1824/products_command_reference_chapter09186a0080087bb4.html#xtocid1212629


check the following link for X.25 Virtual Circuit States :


http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/133/x25_states.html

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