We have a customer requirement to move a legacy PBX feature to their Cisco CUCM (8.6.2) solution which supplies groups of users with a unique dial plan to reach one another. Each group is given their own PT/CSS to call each other and isolate them from the rest of the dial plan (on that line). We recently got a report that one of the patterns is experiencing dead air which ultimately was the t302 timer but I can't locate the overlap. Here's the current scenario I have to recreate the issue in the lab:
Thanks for the reply. We have 25k records in the numplan table so it will take me a while to sort through :-}
Aside from looking for the needle in a haystack, do you know of anything from a logical standpoint or default setting that would cause this pattern to overlap with something else? The PT/CSS and DN's that I have above were created by me today only for this test so there 'shouldn't' be an overlap for that pattern. Also, if you happen know why DNA won't show me the alternate matches, that would be excellent! I don't mind pulling the traces but thought if there was an overlap then DNA should feature it.
I was able to resolve this issue. After brewing a bit more it hit me that there is one PT that any line can reach....NONE! Sure enough, there was a #002 pattern in there. I'm still wondering why it didn't appear in DNA though. Maybe DNA doesn't report on the NONE PT?
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.