I have a problem where the message "High Traffic Call Try Your Again Later" is being displayed on the IP Phones, whenever this happens there is a delay in dialling a number or selecting a line to dial you get a 10 - 15 secs. delay. I crave your help in this matter.
Whenever the CallManager service parameter LowPriorityQueueThrottlingFlag = TRUE and the LP queue is over the limit specified by the CallManager Service Parameter LowPriorityQueueThrottlingMaxCount, then the message 'High Traffic Try Again Later' will be displayed on the LCD of any IP phone registered to this server attempting to go offhook and make a new call.
When you begin seeing "High Traffic, Try again later" on the phones, then note the time and take a look at the SDL\CCM traces during that time. Look for the LP queue getting backed up. By default, this message will be displayed on the phone if the LP queue gets deeper than 20 signals
Has anyone seen this message on version 4.x? The LowPriorityQueueThrottlingFlag doesn't appear under the CallManager Service Parameter in this version but we're seeing the above message along with no dial tone.
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