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CCIE Voice lab - RSVP configuraton - Error: not enough bandwidth

I configured CorpHQ, Branch1, & Branch2 with identical RSVP & MTP configurations in both the gateway & CUCM, however, when I attempt to make calls to/from Branch2, I get a NOT ENOUGH BANDWIDTH error. Calls beweeen CorpHQ & Branch1 work fine. On the CUCM, I configured REGIONS, DEVICE POOLS, LOCATIONS, SRST REFERENCES,MTPs, MRGs, and MRGLs for all 3 locations. Below is the configuration for all 3 gateways.

Thanks,

BRANCH2#

interface Serial0/1/0.1 point-to-point

description == FR To HQ

ip address 177.0.201.2 255.255.255.0

ip pim dense-mode

snmp trap link-status

frame-relay interface-dlci 102  

ip rsvp bandwidth 136

!

sccp local Loopback0

sccp ccm 177.1.254.3 identifier 3 priority 3 version 5.0.1

sccp ccm 177.1.10.10 identifier 1 priority 1 version 5.0.1

sccp ccm 177.1.10.20 identifier 2 priority 2 version 5.0.1

sccp

!

sccp ccm group 1

bind interface Loopback0

associate ccm 2 priority 1

associate ccm 1 priority 2

associate ccm 3 priority 3

associate profile 1 register Br2-729-MTP

associate profile 2 register Br2-711-MTP

!

dspfarm profile 1 mtp 

codec g729ar8

codec g729r8

rsvp

maximum sessions software 10

associate application SCCP

!

dspfarm profile 2 mtp 

codec g711ulaw

rsvp

maximum sessions software 10

associate application SCCP

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CCIE Voice lab - RSVP configuraton - Error: not enough bandwidth

This can cause not enough BW message:

- BW exhausted

- Phones not associated with an RSVP agent (check MGRL)

- One segment in the path has insufficient BW for the call

- RSVP per flow needs 16 kbps extra for the initial reservation

- Connectivity issues with the agent

Just go over this list one by one and tell us what you find out.

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Re: CCIE Voice lab - RSVP configuraton - Error: not enough bandw

Hi Ron.
How much bandwidth did you allocate in locations between DPs?
Regards
Carlo

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CCIE Voice lab - RSVP configuraton - Error: not enough bandwidth

Carlo:

Bandwidth for Audio & Video is UNLIMITED...

Thanks,

Ron

CCIE Voice lab - RSVP configuraton - Error: not enough bandwidth

This can cause not enough BW message:

- BW exhausted

- Phones not associated with an RSVP agent (check MGRL)

- One segment in the path has insufficient BW for the call

- RSVP per flow needs 16 kbps extra for the initial reservation

- Connectivity issues with the agent

Just go over this list one by one and tell us what you find out.

Please rate helpful answers!

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CCIE Voice lab - RSVP configuraton - Error: not enough bandwidth

Amine:

The MTPs are registered. ip rsvp bandwidth 136 is enough bandwidth to make 5 calls. There is no issue with the MRGL config.

I cannot decipher the debug output from the CALLING phone.

CALLING PHONE

Branch1#

RSVP-RESV: Admitting new reservation: 481BAF2C

RSVP-RESV: reservation was installed: 481BAF2C

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_17690->177.1.254.1_17978[0.0.0.0]: Expiring sender host PATH state, reason: Local application requested tear

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_17690->177.1.254.1_17978[0.0.0.0]: building hop object with src addr: 177.0.101.2

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_17690->177.1.254.1_17978[0.0.0.0]: Sending PathTear message to 177.1.254.1

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_17690->177.1.254.1_17978[0.0.0.0]: Expiring Serial0/1/0.1 RESV state, reason: Local application requested tear

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_17690->177.1.254.1_17978[0.0.0.0]: Expiring Serial0/1/0.1 RESV state, reason: Local application requested tear (17:17690)

RSVP: 177.1.254.1_17978->177.1.254.2_17690[0.0.0.0]: Expiring  RESV state, reason: Local application requested tear

RSVP: 177.1.254.1_17978->177.1.254.2_17690[0.0.0.0]: Expiring receiver host RESV state, reason: Local application requested tear (17:17978)

RSVP: 177.1.254.1_17978->177.1.254.2_17690[0.0.0.0]: Expiring Serial0/1/0.1 RESV request state, reason: Local application requested tear

RSVP: 177.1.254.1_17978->177.1.254.2_17690[0.0.0.0]: Sending ResvTear message to 177.0.101.1

RSVP-MSG: 177.1.254.1_17978->177.1.254.2_17690[0.0.0.0]: Received PathTear message from 177.1.254.1 (on Serial0/1/0.1)

RSVP: 177.1.254.1_17978->177.1.254.2_17690[0.0.0.0]: Expiring Serial0/1/0.1 PATH state, reason: PathTear arrival

RSVP-MSG: 177.1.254.2_17690->177.1.254.1_17978[0.0.0.0]: Received ResvTear message from 177.0.101.1 (on Serial0/1/0.1)

RSVP-MSG: 177.1.254.2_17690->177.1.254.1_17978[0.0.0.0]: Dropping ResvTear with unrecognized LIH in HOP (may be due to a state which was already deleted)

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_19552->177.1.254.3_19474[0.0.0.0]: Received Path message from 127.0.0.1 (on sender host)

RSVP: new path message passed parsing, continue...

RSVP: Triggering outgoing Path due to incoming Path change or new Path

RSVP: Triggering outgoing Path refresh

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_19552->177.1.254.3_19474[0.0.0.0]: Path refresh, Event: rmsg not enabled or ack rcvd, State: trigger to normal

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_19552->177.1.254.3_19474[0.0.0.0]: Path refresh (msec), config: 30000 curr: 30000 xmit: 30000

RSVP: Triggering outgoing Path due to incoming Path change or new Path

RSVP: Triggering outgoing Path refresh

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_19552->177.1.254.3_19474[0.0.0.0]: Path refresh, Event: rmsg not enabled or ack rcvd, State: trigger to normal

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_19552->177.1.254.3_19474[0.0.0.0]: Path refresh (msec), config: 30000 curr: 30000 xmit: 30000

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_19552->177.1.254.3_19474[0.0.0.0]: Sending Path message to 177.1.254.3

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_19552->177.1.254.3_19474[0.0.0.0]: building hop object with src addr: 177.0.101.2

RSVP: session 177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Received Resv message from 127.0.0.1 (on receiver host)

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Successfully parsed Resv message from 127.0.0.1 (on receiver host)

RSVP-MSG: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: no matching path state for Resv

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Received Path message from 177.0.201.2 (on Serial0/1/0.1)

RSVP: new path message passed parsing, continue...

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: PATH: non-RSVP-capable hop between prev-hop and me (ip ttl=253, rsvp ttl=254) for new path

RSVP: session 177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Received Resv message from 127.0.0.1 (on receiver host)

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Successfully parsed Resv message from 127.0.0.1 (on receiver host)

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: reservation not found--new one

RSVP-RESV: Admitting new reservation: 48174808

RSVP-RESV: Locally created reservation. No admission/traffic control needed

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: start requesting 40 kbps FF reservation on Serial0/1/0.1, neighbor 177.0.201.2

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: start requesting 40 kbps FF reservation on Serial0/1/0.1, neighbor 177.0.201.2

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Refresh RESV, req=4815EE80 [cleanup timer is not awake]

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Resv refresh, Event: rmsg not enabled or ack rcvd, State: trigger to normal

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Resv refresh (msec), config: 30000 curr: 30000 xmit: 30000

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Sending Resv message to 177.0.201.2

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: building hop object with src addr: 177.0.101.2

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_19552->177.1.254.3_19474[0.0.0.0]: Expiring sender host PATH state, reason: Local application requested tear

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_19552->177.1.254.3_19474[0.0.0.0]: building hop object with src addr: 177.0.101.2

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_19552->177.1.254.3_19474[0.0.0.0]: Sending PathTear message to 177.1.254.3

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Expiring  RESV state, reason: Local application requested tear

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Expiring receiver host RESV state, reason: Local application requested tear (17:19474)

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Expiring Serial0/1/0.1 RESV request state, reason: Local application requested tear

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Sending ResvTear message to 177.0.201.2

RSVP-MSG: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Received PathTear message from 177.1.254.3 (on Serial0/1/0.1)

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19474->177.1.254.2_19552[0.0.0.0]: Expiring Serial0/1/0.1 PATH state, reason: PathTear arrivalBranch1#

CALLED PHONE

Branch2#

RSVP: session 177.1.254.3_19132[0.0.0.0]: Received Resv message from 127.0.0.1 (on receiver host)

RSVP: 177.1.254.2_17938->177.1.254.3_19132[0.0.0.0]: Successfully parsed Resv message from 127.0.0.1 (on receiver host)

RSVP-MSG: 177.1.254.2_17938->177.1.254.3_19132[0.0.0.0]: no matching path state for Resv

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Received Path message from 127.0.0.1 (on sender host)

RSVP: new path message passed parsing, continue...

RSVP: Triggering outgoing Path due to incoming Path change or new Path

RSVP: Triggering outgoing Path refresh

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Path refresh, Event: rmsg not enabled or ack rcvd, State: trigger to normal

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Path refresh (msec), config: 30000 curr: 30000 xmit: 30000

RSVP: Triggering outgoing Path due to incoming Path change or new Path

RSVP: Triggering outgoing Path refresh

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Path refresh, Event: rmsg not enabled or ack rcvd, State: trigger to normal

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Path refresh (msec), config: 30000 curr: 30000 xmit: 30000

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Sending Path message to 177.1.254.2

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: building hop object with src addr: 177.0.201.2

RSVP: session 177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Received Resv message from 177.0.101.2 (on Serial0/1/0.1)

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Successfully parsed Resv message from 177.0.101.2 (on Serial0/1/0.1)

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: reservation not found--new one

RSVP-RESV: Admitting new reservation: 4791EFB0

RSVP-RESV: reservation was installed: 4791EFB0

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Expiring sender host PATH state, reason: Local application requested tear

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: building hop object with src addr: 177.0.201.2

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Sending PathTear message to 177.1.254.2

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Expiring Serial0/1/0.1 RESV state, reason: Local application requested tear

RSVP: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Expiring Serial0/1/0.1 RESV state, reason: Local application requested tear (17:19132)

RSVP-MSG: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Received ResvTear message from 177.0.101.2 (on Serial0/1/0.1)

RSVP-MSG: 177.1.254.3_19132->177.1.254.2_17938[0.0.0.0]: Dropping ResvTear with unrecognized LIH in HOP (may be due to a state which was already deleted)

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CCIE Voice lab - RSVP configuraton - Error: not enough bandwidth

Amine:

The issue was a typo in the ip rsvp bandwidth statement.

Thanks for your assistance.

Ron

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